Enterprises can use Slack, and features like Enterprise Grid, to provide an efficient collaboration hub for their large organizations.
Slack apps can take advantage of enterprise-oriented features to assist workspace admins, or provide additional org security.
Read on to learn what to prepare for when building apps for enterprise audiences.
Ensure your app can handle the nuances and behaviors of Enterprise Grid workspaces. Review your app for full compatibility by following our guide to supporting Grid in apps.
Prepare your apps to operate in channels shared between Enterprise Grid workspaces, and channels shared externally between organizations.
Building apps properly for Enterprise Grid requires experiencing the unique constraints and opportunities yourself. Follow our guide to request and generate a Grid sandbox for testing.
Build an app that can handle approvals and restrictions for admins across an entire Slack org. Read our guide to app approval APIs.
An app can create a workspace, assigng and removing users to & from it. It can even mark a user as an Admin or owner. Read our guide to the APIs for managing users in a workspace.
Let users invite friends to unexplored workspaces, while maintaining admin approval over those invites. Explore the invite request management APIs.
When you suspect a device - mobile, web, or both - has been swiped, take immediate action. Wipe a user's login session using our session reset APIs.
Provision and manage user accounts and groups with SCIM APIs.
Track what's happening in your org using Audit Logs APIs.