Login with your existing Slack account and Stackdash will log you into all your linked teams and channels automatically.
Slack channels come and go as priorities and interests change. So Stackdash makes it super easy for you to add/remove channel views.
Timeline gives you one view of everything that's new. So there's no need to bounce around teams and channels to catch up.
Using your Slack login means that you can post a message to any Slack channel without leaving Stackdash. Also add a DM channel for a user.
You can use Stackdash to single out a channel for sharing publicly, which is useful for conferences, meetings and events. Coming soon...
There are many free public Slack channels out there which you can browse anonymously. Add these teams to your dashboard and keep up-to-date on your favourite topics.
Is your team list (not) scrolling off the Slack desktop? Stackdash is an easy way to navigate your most important teams and channels.
When you wake up or after a long meeting, login on your mobile and swipe left and right through your favourite channels to quickly catch up.
If you use color themes in Slack to distinguish teams and channels, you can reproduce this in Stackdash. You can also change the width and order of columns.
Live-cast an event, meeting, workshop or social gathering, use Stackdash to publicly share a Slack channel - no invites needed.
Get the 60" view on your Chat Ops (and giphys!), by streaming selected channels through Apple TV onto that big screen. Coming soon...
Got two or more conversations going at the same time? No problem! You can message in any number of different channels at the same time, without switching screens.
Go to stacktodo.com and select 'login' top-right. You can either login via your Slack account or by dragging the bookmarklet to your preferred browser.
Your 'Home' dashboard will automatically show standard team channels. To add more select 'Add Channels' top-right, choose a team, & then select channels from the dropdown.
Select 'Timeline' top-left to view all your channels in order of activity, with the most recent on the left. Timeline shows up to 10 channels with recent activity.