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Whether you need to connect by voice or video call, or share your screen with your colleagues, Slack has a number of apps you can choose from. Browse some of the options available in our App Directory below.
Make one-click video conferences in your browser window
Meet with up to 8 participants at a time
Use the /appear slash command to start and share a video conference
Skype can’t be set as your workspace's default calling app, but you can start voice or video calls from within Slack using the command /skype. Each party must have Skype installed locally on their mobile or desktop device.
Start a Skype call in a DM
Type /skype [skype-username], then hit Enter
If a member's Skype user profile is stored in Slack, simply type /skype
Start a Skype call in a channel
Type /skype [skype-username]
If a member’s Skype username is stored in their Slack profile, you can type /skype [@slack-username]
You can have up to 10 people participate in a group video call, or up to 25 people in a group voice call