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A Primary Owner has the highest level of permissions in Slack — you become one by creating a new Slack workspace or Enterprise Grid organization. If you need to, you can transfer this role to another member.
What does a Primary Owner do?
The Workspace Primary Owner manages a single workspace. This person can delete a workspace, and promote (or demote) other Workspace Owners.
The Org Primary Owner holds the keys to the entire Slack Enterprise Grid org and each connected workspace. This person can change another Org Owners role and remove access to the Admin Dashboard.
How to transfer ownership
Use caution: Ownership transfer is immediate. You can't undo the action, but the new owner can transfer back to you.
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From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
Select Administration, then Manage members.
Click the three dots icon to the right of the Workspace Primary Owner's (your) account.