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This can happen if you have more than one version of Slack installed on your computer. For example, a copy of Slack might exist in both the Applications and Downloads folders. Here’s what you’ll need to do to fix this issue:
Open Finder and search for Slack (make sure This Mac filter is selected).
Highlight all copies of Slack and delete them.
In your dock, right click on the Trash icon and select Empty Trash.
In order to update the desktop app, it requires access to Slack’s installation folder. In controlled environments, if Slack is installed with root level ownership, this can cause an issue. By default, the Slack app is installed in /Applications. In these cases, we recommend moving the Slack folder to ~/Applications, where they can be owned by the current macOS user.