Support and community discussions

Whether you’re working on an app for our App Directory, developing your own workflow-based app, or setting up a no-code solution with Workflow Builder, you'll find yourself in good company, from all of us here at Slack and the wider community of developers working with the platform.

Slack Platform Support

Our FAQ answers many common questions about using our APIs. If you can't find your answer there, you can reach our dedicated Developer Support team at feedback@slack.com or through our handy support system.

If you have questions about our Slack tools and SDKs, you'll want to check out the Slack API GitHub org. Our Developer Relations team actively responds to bug reports and enhancement suggestions related to these topics here. If your question falls outside of this, please use our support system.

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Stay informed

Find new features, breaking changes, and best practices in our changelog and on the Slack Developer Blog.

You can join the Slack Developer Program for exclusive access to beta features, tooling, and resources created to help developers build and grow.

We also frequently tweet from @SlackAPI and post on LinkedIn from our Slack Developers page.

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Community discussions

Join discussions and connect with fellow developers in Slack's supportive and expansive community of developers. This is the perfect spot to find your people, share what you're building, and get your questions answered.

  • As a member of the Slack Community you’ll get the chance to connect with other developers, ask questions, and help create the future of work.
  • The Slack Community Forum has dedicated topics and discussion groups for fellow platform enthusiasts. Head over to ask or answer a question!
  • Assist fellow developers or ask them for help in slack-api on StackOverflow.

If you need help with the Slack platform and want to talk directly with Slack about it, please use our support system.

Contributions from developers like you

Find open source libraries, plugins, applications, and bots in our library of Community Contributions. We highlight a few libraries that are in active development and commonly observed in the wild.

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