This Slack is here to facilitate Community Leaders discussing all things Ohana. Whether it’s coordinating a Dreamin event, working out the volunteering schedule for a Basecamp, discussing how to use Event in a Box or to ask if anyone is available to do a last-minute stand-in presentation, our Slack space is there for you to get help, reflection and assistance from your peers.
The Short Version: To get added, please read the Rules (further down this page) first and then click the button below.
What is Slack?
Here’s a video explaining all, just in case you don’t already use it. It available on the desktop, via the web, there’s an excellent Android app and it’s also available on your iDevice.
What’s it for?
The main aim is for Community Leadership to discuss relevant questions (e.g. the technicalities of running events), although we’re sure human nature will take over, so there’s space for other matters too.
Can I set up my own channels?
Does this replace any existing tools?
In short, no. Every tool (e.g. the CGL group on the Trailblazer Community) has it’s place with pros and cons, this is just part of the toolkit.
Data Protection (GDPR)
Erm. “We” (the volunteer, unincorporated, admin team) promise not to reuse your data without your permission. Please also bear in mind that it’s a free edition Slack workspace, with various data retention limitations. If this causes you concern, possibly best not to use it.
How do I sign up?!
There’s two ways:
1, You may be able to add yourself. If you have a trailblazercgl.com or salesforcemvps.com email address, you can simply register and log in straight away by following this link.
2, If you meet the criteria of any of the following, or want to check then Contact Us and we can manually add you. We’re keen to help you on your Salesforce journey. Just let us know the category which you match, or give us some relevant information.