❤️ Did Slack Just Copy Tinder?

See how Slack borrowed an idea from Tinder and made it a productivity hit.

SaaS Strategists,

The software world is more connected than you think.

Especially when we boil it down to a feature level.

In today’s issue, we break down Slack’s new productivity hit feature.

And it came directly from Tinder’s playbook.

Let’s dive in 👇️ 

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Did Slack Just Copy Tinder?

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I’ll make a wild guess that around 80% of you reading this newsletter right now, are using Slack for work communication.

I am too.

And it can definitely feel like email sometimes.

They tried fixing it with the Unreads tab, but it still felt too slow.

I think Slack finally came out with an innovative way of catching up with your messages.

The feature is simply called Catch Up.

Here’s how it works:

In short - it’s Tinder’s iconic swipe feature inside Slack.

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