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@everyone can only be used in your workspace-wide channel, which starts out as #general. Include @everyone in your message to trigger a desktop and mobile notification for all members of the channel — i.e., everyone in your workspace — whether they are active or away.
When to use @everyone
Remind the whole office that there will be a private event in the cafe space.
Tell your organization about the new vacation policy.
Alert everyone in the company about the emergency evacuation drill.
Note: By default, Guests are not able to use @everyone.
Use @here when you only need the attention of people who are actively working in any channel that you're a member of. It's perfect for when you don't want to bother anyone who's unavailable.
When to use @here
You're locked out of the office and need help from someone already at work.
Schedule an impromptu event for people who are present, like a lunch outing.
Get a question answered quickly by teammates who are actively working.