Slack mobile app gets its own 'dark mode' in latest update


Also, while there's no dark mode for the Slack desktop app quite yet, Slack says that it's "working on it". The new dark mode isn't a full-on black interface, and it's more of a darker shade of gray that should still help users who are not a big fan of light/white interfaces.

Slack's doing its bit in the quest to save your phone's battery life: The company just launched dark mode for mobile.

Slack iOS and Android users need to sign up for the dark mode beta testing program from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store respectively. But here in this method, we'll share with you How to Enable Dark Mode in the Google Feed on Nova Launcher easily. It's really simple to become a beta tester for this workplace collaboration app, since all you have to do is go into your app settings.

After getting admitted to the program, for initiating the beta program, you need to update the app. If you are not a beta tester, you can not access it yet. From there you can toggle the feature off and on. For it is now shown to be done up entirely in white, with even the blue tinge that the app has so far been seen sporting has been done away with.

Slack brings dark mode to its Android and iOS apps in the latest update
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Dark mode on Slack applies even on pop-ups and in-app menus.

The good news about the feature coming to Slack is that it's a pretty easy process to enable.

A long-requested feature is finally available on Slack.

If you're more bothered by the color of Slack messages than the contents therein, the Slack dark mode was made for you. Update the app and then navigate Settings and make certain Dark Mode is enabled. Once you have tried the new dark mode in Slack for yourself, we want to know what you think about it.

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