Using Slack at Virtual Fall Conference 2020
The Virtual Fall Conference 2020 Workspace inside hyper-popular communication platform Slack is Ground Zero for all the discussion, catching up, shop talk, mingling and other communication that normally happens in person.
The Virtual Fall Conference 2020 Workspace opens September 8—one month before the event begins—and will stay open until November 6—one month after it ends.
Use these resources to download and install Slack on your devices, review the Channels for the different components of the conference, and learn the ins and outs of the platform.
Slack is available for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android, and can be accessed from a web browser. Use the links below to download and install Slack on your device.
Can’t Install Slack?
Join Virtual Fall Conference 2020’s Slack Workspace from a web browser. Using Slack in a web browser provides much of the same functionality and delivers the same experience.
To join the Virtual Fall Conference 2020 Workspace, visit fall-conference-2020.slack.com.
WHEN TO USE SLACK
Talk to attendees and speakers, before and after presentations, in Virtual Fall Conference 2020’s Slack workspace. Use the dedicated Channels below to find places to discuss individual sessions, the Virtual Exhibit and to get help from FTA staff.
HOW TO USE SLACK
Learn how to use Slack to its fullest potential and become an active part of Virtual Fall Conference 2020 before, during and after the event.
Sign In to Slack
How to access the conference in Slack.
How to Sign In
All About Channels
Virtual rooms centered on a specific topic.
Learn About Channels
All About Direct Messages
How to converse with attendees and presenters.
Learn About DMs
Edit Profile & Preferences
How to customize your settings.
How to Edit