Slack beta for Windows Phone updated with updated emojis, bug fixes and more

Slack is a very popular team management and collaboration app, allowing teams to stay in touch with each other and work on their projects. If you happen to be a regular user of the Windows Phone app, which is still in beta stages, there’s some good news for you. The app has received a decent update which brings a number of bug fixes and enhancements, as well as some new features, including reactions, update emojis and display support, and improved group message support.

Here’s a complete change log for the latest update:

  • Adding reactions with a fancy emoji picker
  • Updated emoji set and skin tone display support (includes recently added emoji, falls back to images where
  • Windows Phone doesn’t include support)
  • Slash commands with auto-complete
  • Improved support for integrations
  • Improved group message support
  • Channel list sorting and grouping updates
  • Scrolling performance improvements
  • Fixed an issue where single channel guests had trouble loading messages
  • Fixed an issue where links in messages weren’t preserving query strings
  • Fixed some message rendering issues with overlapping text
  • Fixed an issue where some users could not create channels
  • Minor UI enhancements & clean up

Head over to the Windows Store and grab the updated Slack beta app.

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