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Manage shared channels on Enterprise Grid
You can decide which members can manage shared channels on your Enterprise Grid organization. Here's what members with this permission can do:
Create a shared channel.
Share an existing channel with another workspace.
Modify who can post in a shared channel.
Note: Members will see the linked circle icon next to a shared channel's name.
Set shared channel permissions
Org Owners and Admins can choose who can create, modify, or convert shared channels.
From your desktop, sign in to your Slack Enterprise Grid, then click
Manage organization. Click
Settings on the Admin Dashboard.
Click Shared Channel Settings, then choose who can manage shared channels.
Click Save Changes.
Choose who can post in a shared channel
If you have permission to modify shared channels, you can decide who can post in a specific channel:
Open a shared channel.
gear icon to open the Channel Settings menu. Select
Additional options. Under
Manage posting permissions, choose who can post in the shared channel. Click
Review, then Set posting permissions.
💡 Learn how to
Create a shared channel on Enterprise Grid.
Note: It's not currently possible to set posting permissions on non-shared channels.
Apps and bots: Some apps and custom bots may not be available in shared channels. Get in touch with us for more information — we're happy to help!
Who can use this feature?
Org Owners and Org Admins can access this feature. Available on
Slack Enterprise Grid.