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Kitzy
So , an app specifically aimed for enterprise use, doesn’t support enterprise deployment. 🤔
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Laurent Apr 24
Replying to @heykitzy @SlackHQ
Looks like an antivirus… Although, Slack is on MAS… and I don’t really get not wanting to have latest version as you don’t really need to block because the server is not up to date, you do not manage the server side :-/
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Laurent Apr 24
Replying to @heykitzy @SlackHQ
What I get is that you would not have access to MAS though… But Slack is totally deaf and blind to what users ask…
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Kitzy Apr 24
Replying to @lolopb @SlackHQ
It’s not about blocking. It’s about making sure the user isn’t prompted with an unactionable dialog before IT is able to push the update out.
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Laurent Apr 24
Replying to @heykitzy @SlackHQ
Oh yes, I was just saying this for some who say they don’t want to use MAS for that because they want to chose when they want to push update. As for the prompt, yes, it’s stupidly useless and definitely not made for enterprise deployment. I’m not surprised from
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Elliot Jordan Apr 24
Disagree. I can be simultaneously upset about the lack of enterprise deployment options and also thankful for the fulfilled feature requests and uncommon transparency.
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Laurent Apr 24
I’m happy with lots af features and so upset in my daily usage because of things that have been requested for years and for which the only answer is « We’re looking at it, meanwhile try this useless workaround », example stop messing with my DM contacts, one example among many
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Laurent Apr 24
Or inability to order channels other than alphabetically. Not mentioning the fact a channel can’t be freely named...
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Tom Marker Apr 24
Replying to @heykitzy @SlackHQ
Teams does... Teams sucks, but it can be delivered on an Enterprise level, and it's cheaper per person for my org, so I guess we get Teams.
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