Voice, video and screen sharing apps

Whether you need to connect by voice or video call, or share your screen with your colleagues, our App Directory has a number of apps you can choose from. Most of these apps can even be set as your default calling app – simply use the  phone icon in Slack to start a call with one click. Take a look at the options below!

Psst! Did you know that Slack already has these features built in? Learn more about Slack calls


appear.in

  • Make one-click video conferences in your browser window
  • Hold meetings with up to 12 participants at a time
  • Use the /appear slash command to start and share a video conference
  • Can be set as the default calling app in Slack

Get started with the appear.in app in Slack’s App Directory.


BlueJeans

  • Offers simple video conferencing for web, desktop, mobile and room systems
  • Requires an active BlueJeans account (paid or free trial)
  • Use the /bluejeans slash command to launch a video conference
  • Can be set as the default calling app in Slack

Visit the Slack App Directory to add the BlueJeans app to your workspace.


Daily.co

  • Make one-click video calls using instant links or create your own call domain
  • Up to 50 people in a call, dual screen sharing and phone dial-in (all free)
  • Create unlimited custom links to your call domain, e.g. yourteam.daily.co/huddle
  • Use the command /daily to start a meeting in any Slack channel

You can add the Daily.co app to your workspace from the Slack App Directory.


Google+ Hangouts

  • Make voice and video calls with your teammates in a browser window
  • Use the /hangout slash command to start a Hangout
  • Invite your Slack workspace members directly from the Hangout
  • Can be set as the default calling app in Slack

Want to try the Google Hangouts app? Check out our App Directory


GoToMeeting

  • Provides video conferencing for web, desktop, mobile and dial-in
  • Use the /g2m slash command to start and share a video conference in Slack
  • Participants can join through a Chrome browser, the GoToMeeting app or by simply dialling in
  • Can be set as the default calling app in Slack

Get started with the GoToMeeting app in Slack’s App Directory.


join.me

  • Collaborate instantly with free screen sharing, audio and video conferencing in the join.me online meeting app
  • Use /joinme to start a session in a Slack channel or direct message

Add join.me to your Slack workspace from our App Directory.

Note: This app can’t be set as the default calling app for your workspace.


Skype

Start voice or video calls from within Slack using the command /skype. Each party must have Skype installed locally on their mobile or desktop device.

Note: This app can’t be set as the default calling app for your workspace.

Start a Skype call in a DM

  • Type /skype [skype-username], then press Enter
  • If a member’s Skype user profile is stored in Slack, simply type /skype

Start a Skype call in a channel

  • Type /skype [skype-username]
  • If a member’s Skype username is stored in their Slack profile, you can type /skype [@slack-username]
  • You can have up to 10 people participate in a group video call or up to 25 people in a group voice call

Visit the Slack App Directory to add the Skype app to your workspace.

 


Webex Meetings

  • Start or join Cisco Webex meetings directly from Slack
  • Use /webex to share your Webex Personal Room link
  • To share an existing meeting link, type /webex [meeting_number]
  • You’ll need a host account on a valid Cisco Webex site 
  • Can be set as the default calling app in Slack

Add the Webex Meetings app to your workspace from the Slack App Directory


Zoom

  • Make voice calls, video calls and use screen sharing with your colleagues in a dedicated app
  • Use the /zoom command to start a call with your teammates 
  • You’ll need a paid Zoom account and it can only be connected to one Slack workspace at a time
  • Can be set as the default calling app in Slack

Ready to add Zoom to your workspace? Check it out in our App Directory.

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