Slack's redesigned mobile apps are less likely to make you bang your head against a wall

Slack is a great app — I use it every day as my primary means of business communication, and I love its design, responsiveness, and robust multi-platform support.

Its mobile apps can also be maddeningly frustrating, especially when you’re looking to do something simple, like compose a new direct message, and you can’t find a way to do it. 

With a new redesign that started rolling out Wednesday, Slack’s apps for iOS and Android should be a lot more intuitive. 

The biggest change is the tab bar, which shows up at the bottom of the app and makes it easy to switch from the Home screen to direct messages to mentions etc. There’s also a dedicated button for composing new message in the bottom right corner of the app.  Read more…

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