5 Ways to Improve Productivity in Slack and Microsoft Teams

In today’s hybrid workplace, businesses are more reliant than ever on communication platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams. Learn how to use your favorite chat tool more effectively with a few simple tricks.

As some employees make their return to physical offices – and many remain virtual – businesses are more reliant than ever on tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams to unite an increasingly hybrid workforce.

These communication platforms, if used correctly, can actually play a crucial role in improving some of your pre-pandemic internal request processes, helping eliminate repetitive tasks, increase transparency, and make managing and resolving issues a heck of a lot easier.

Join us for a webinar where we'll share five tips and tricks for efficiently managing requests using your favorite chat tools.

Halp’s Senior Product Manager, Fletcher Richman, will share his favorite Slack and Microsoft Teams productivity hacks, including:

  • Setting up dedicated request channels
  • Tagging issue urgency in conversations
  • Using your chat tool as a ticketing system

Be sure to save yourself a seat, as we'll also share some exciting news about the future of Halp that you won’t want to miss. 🔥


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Fletcher Richman

Senior Product Manager

Fletcher Richman was the CEO & Cofounder of Halp, acquired by Atlassian (NASDAQ:$TEAM) in May 2020. He is currently a Sr. Manager, Product for Halp at Atlassian. 

Fletcher received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering, Cum Laude, from The University of Colorado. As a student, Fletcher co-founded Spark Boulder, a co-working space for student entrepreneurs, which was supported by many community leaders including Brad Feld and David Cohen, the Co-Founders of Techstars. Fletcher spent several years working as the Growth Engineer for PivotDesk, a Techstars Boulder graduate, and as the Platform Manager for Galvanize Ventures, a seed-stage venture capital fund.