It doesn’t matter whether you’re using Facebook’s messenger, Whatsapp, or Telegram for your private communication or Slack, ChatGrape and Hipchat for business communications, messengers are here to stay.

And that’s a great thing.

Slack has become widely known as the “email killer” for businesses. But all these messengers are not just changing the way we write emails. They are also fundamentally changing business communication. They are changing the way we track bugs.

The team communication & chat messenger Slack is probably one of the hottest companies in the tech industry right now. It saw some incredible growth, followed by a 2.8 billion valuation.

We, at Usersnap, are great fans of Slack since its early days. We use it with a broad variety of integrations. Slack is probably the tool we spent most of our time with. Whether it’s for developing new product features, working on new landing pages or drafting new mockups. Slack plays an important role in every step.

And here are 14 things you might not know about Slack & I found quite helpful for our daily life. And it might help others too while working on their web projects. Check out how to use Slack for web development projects and teams.