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Set channel management preferences
Workspace Owners and Admins can choose who can create and archive channels on your workspace, as well as who can remove members from individual channels.
To update permissions for managing channels, open Slack on your desktop:
Click your team name in the top left to open the menu.
Workspace settings. Click the
Permissions tab. Next to
Channel Management, click Expand. Choose from the menus who can create, archive, and remove members from channels.
Save to finish.
Tip: Creating guidelines for channels helps to keep channels focused and organized — you’ll quickly establish how certain channels should be used and who can use them.
Who can use this feature?
Workspace Owners and A dmins can use this feature. Available on
free and paid plans.