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22 ways to automate workflows in Slack

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Imagine a workspace where anyone, including those without coding skills, can accelerate their work by automating repetitive tasks. Where reminders and updates aren’t just punctual but predictive. And where the collective cognitive load is dramatically reduced. 

This isn’t the workspace of the future; it’s the here and now with Slack. Workflow Builder is a no-code tool that lets you streamline processes, eliminate manual errors, reduce context switching, and free up valuable human capital to focus on what truly matters: innovation and growth. 

Workflows in Slack can be as simple or as complex as you’d like, and they can even be connected to the other apps and services you use to get work done. Best of all, it’s a tool that anyone, regardless of their technical background, can deploy with just a few clicks.  

Nearly 1 million Slack users have created time-saving workflows that empower everyone to automate without having to write a single line of code. Sony Interactive Entertainment’s network operations team saves 400 hours a year through Workflow Builder; Credit Union 1 is 20% more efficient thanks to a workflow that automates customer handoffs; and Canva’s finance team saves nearly 64 hours a week with asynchronous standup meetings. Workflow Builder is a win-win, lightening the load for the IT departments that are usually responsible for creating efficient work processes. 

In this e-book, you’ll learn how we—and some of our most recognizable customers—are using Workflow Builder to automate everything from administrative approvals to closing deals faster.

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