Keep your team in the know
When you enable slack on your social wall, you can ensure that everyone around your office knows what's happening. You can include any/all of your channels, and display the posts beautifully on a custom social wall.
Slackity Slack, chat chat back....
Whenever you post messages to Slack, they'll appear on your social wall instantly.
Don't want to post to a channel? You can make announcements directly on the Slack wall, too.
Let your team vote on things and see the result real-time on your Slack wall.
Get your team more social an connected with one of our three leaderboards.
You can always remove posts, or if you want, review them before they ever appear.
Prevent specific accounts from ever appearing, or make sure certain accounts always show.
The most customizable social wall available. Logos, colors, fonts, layouts and more.
We're hosted in 7 data-centers in the US and EU to ensure your social wall always works.
Don't wait! Let the spontaneity of your employees be rewarded with instant gratification.
Around the Office
Around the office we see most installations create a single channel in Slack, like #announcements, and then connect that with their wall. Once connected, anytime they want to announce something, they just post to that channel and instantly everyone can see the news.
Just break a new sales goal? Post it to #announcements. New hires you want everyone to know about? #announcements Really, anything that you'd normally send out a mass email to everyone can be replaced by just a single post to #announcements.
Conferences and Events
Hosting a new conference or event? Use Slack! Sure, you can create a #hashtag and tell everyone to use Twitter, but what if you want the conversation to be private? Or, you don't want people to have to worry about including a #hashtag? Slack is the perfect solution.
Lately all of the more tech savvy events have been creating Slack teams for their event and telling everyone to join. Once you're on site though—besides the standard messaging plastered everywhere to get people to connect—what's the best thing to get people to actually SEE the conversation and join in? Of course, a social wall from Everwall.