Boot people from individual channels
Is Dave in marketing being an obnoxious d-bag in the group channel? You can kick him, or anyone else, out of any channel you're a member of by typing "/remove @username" in the message bar. Wield your power wisely, though.
Quickly edit your most recent messages
Whether you just spotted a glaring typo or accidentally sent something horribly offensive in the totally wrong channel, it’s easy to quickly edit your most recent message by hitting the up arrow button.
Set up Slackbot to automatically respond to specific questions
Tired of telling people the Wi-Fi password or log-in details for work-related accounts? You can set Slackbot up so it auto-responds with the right info by going to the Slackbot tab of the Customize section. You can even set it up to decide where you should eat lunch -- input a bunch of your favorite nearby spots as a response to “where should I eat?” and it will spit out a random choice for you whenever you ask.
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