Techlahoma's Welcome Guide to Slack
We're here to briefly help you navigate how to join the Techlahoma slack, joining and muting channels, and how to contact admins if you need us. Thanks for your interest!
Want to join the Techlahoma Slack community?
Visit techlahoma.org/spaces for the link and our Code of Conduct. We like to have fun learning and sharing while treating each other with respect, which is why we outlined expectations in Techlahoma's Code of Conduct. All users who join the Techlahoma slack agree to follow our standard CoC.
Check out our 100+ slack channels
Visit Slack's official FAQ for a quick read on how to view and join channels on pc or mobile devices. We've got channels on a variety of topics like #shecodes (a private channel for women in tech), #legal, #design, #marketingutopia, #accessibility, #starspace46, #infosec, #thunderplains, #usergroup-organizers, #random, and #twitch-chat (to ask professional questions during our live stream broadcasts).
Notify and talk to Admins
Want to reach the moderators in Techlahoma's slack? Join the #ask-a-mod channel or type @admins to contact folks who are ready to help answer questions and help with Code of Conduct violations. You can privately message an admin (or all admins) as well.
Reduce notifications in Slack
With over a thousand users our community can get pretty active at times. Need fewer notifications interrupting your work? You've got several options via Slack's official FAQ. We reccommend muting channels, using Do Not Disturb options, leaving channels, and starring your favorite slack channels to visit those first. All Techlahoma slack users are automatically added to the #announcements and #tech-talk channels. You can mute and leave #tech-talks and can only mute #announcements. We hope you stay updated with announcements however you engage with the community.
Visit Slack's how-to guides for beginners and advanced users alike to continue learning more.