Slack is giving Windows users a bit of postponement (in a good way) with a latest update.
The Slack app for Windows PC has netted a new pretence and several tweaks with a latest update. Most important in Slack chronicle 2.7.0 is a ability to now postponement and resume record downloads during will. There are also utterly a few bug fixes and other tweaks to check out as well.
Here’s a demeanour during what’s new and fixed in Slack chronicle 2.7.0:
- File downloads are now pausable and – in maybe a master cadence of matchmaking – resumable too.
- A brood of changes to make a app some-more keyboard navigable.
- We’ve practiced a app icon, though only a skosh. Putting a best feet forward.
- Should a misfortune occur and a app destroy to load, you’ll see a reduction awful blunder page and maybe even a formula we can share.
- On Windows 7, notifications have been done some-more reliable, during a responsibility of a preference: you’ll no longer be means to customize their position on-screen.
- On Windows 10, we’ve negotiated a equal between notifications and your antivirus. This will keep notifications appearing in a timely manner. They’ll play whatever sound you’ve told them to play some-more reliably, too.
- The group sidebar is no longer touch-challenged. Tap, flick, and drag teams to your heart’s content.
Cancelling a using download is 38% reduction crashy. For when we confirm we didn’t need that third gif after all.
- We spliced some wires we shouldn’t have, causing a loading shade to peep quickly after signing into a team. Now it’s as it should be.
- Those small white dots in a group sidebar that let we know when we have messages to read? They’re no longer vaporous when a app is maximized.
It’s not a many groundbreaking refurbish in a universe from a new underline standpoint, though it’s still plain nonetheless. To check out all of what’s new, we can squeeze a refurbish on both a desktop and Windows Store versions of a PC app.
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