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Slack is most useful when all your teammates, tools and work are in one place. By adding apps to Slack, you can connect your most important tools, centralise all your work and say goodbye to juggling all those windows.
Browse for apps
There are two ways to browse for apps: in the App Directory or right in Slack.
Explore the Slack App Directory
The App Directory lists every app that can be integrated with Slack. No matter what your area or specialism, there’s an app to help make your work more pleasant, productive and hopefully fun! Take a look at the Slack App Directory and start browsing. 🔍
The Slack App Directory is always just a click away – on your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left corner to open the menu and choose Apps & integrations.
To view the apps other members are already using, click Manage in the top right corner.
If your workspace owner has the approved apps feature enabled, click Approved for this workspace (below Categories) on the left side of the page to view a full list of apps members have permission to use.
Discover apps in Slack
If you want to see the apps already in use by other members as well as discover new ones, there’s no need to even leave Slack. On your desktop, simply click the plus icon next to Apps in the left sidebar.
Tip: Any apps (with a bot) that you’ve installed to Slack will be listed at the bottom of your left sidebar under Apps.
Once you’ve found an app you want to add to Slack, simply click Install (if you’re browsing in Slack on your desktop) or the button below the app’s icon in the App Directory. Follow the instructions to get the app up and running.
Bear in mind: Anyone can build a Slack app, so only choose tools and services you trust. If you suspect that an app is in breach of our API terms and conditions, please let us know.
Tip: Look for the Add to Slack button in the App Directory to add your favourite apps in one click.
Request app approval
Workspace owners have the ability to approve or restrict apps for their members.