Slackline is an simple and scalable way to create shared channels between two or more Slack teams.
Slackline enables you to create a channel, then share the channel’s unique URL with other Slack teams in order to begin collaboration.
For new Slack users
If you don't have a Slack team, this is what you need to do:
For existing Slack users
Go through Steps 2-6.
Right now they will also need a Slack team. However, they can use a free Slack team, so they can join your shared channels free of charge.
Yes, once you sign up for a Slackline subscription, anyone in your team will also be able to create new shared channels themselves.
No, Slackline is an independent product and it's not officially supported by Slack.
We only access channels that are connected via Slackline to facilitate the passing of messages between teams. We store message metadata information for debugging and monitoring purposes, but we don't store any content of the messages you send. Protecting the security and privacy of our customers is extremely important to us.
We always ask the minimum permissions possible in order to provide a seamless service. We will continue to reduce the number of permissions required as Slack offers more granularity on their permissions policy.
Joining shared channels is always free, you only need a subscription to create new shared channels.
Not a problem. Send us an email to email@example.com and we'll work out a customized plan to fit your needs.
You can cancel at any point and we’ll stop charging you. We’ll keep the service for the remaining time you already paid for. You can also upgrade and downgrade whenever you want.
If, during the first 30 days of your first subscription, you are not convinced Slackline is going to be good for you, just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a full refund. We'll send your money back and ask no questions.
We love supporting projects we believe in and we’d love to hear what you’re working on. Get in touch on email@example.com and we’ll see what we can arrange.