Recreate the quick, informal discussions you’d have in the office right in Slack. You can start a huddle in any channel or direct message (DM), invite specific people to join, and share your screen to work side-by-side with your team.
Note: Huddles is rolling out gradually to all customers on Slack’s paid plans. Hold tight! You may not have the feature across all of your workspaces just yet.
Tip: You can invite people to huddles in group DMs or channels they’re not a part of. They’ll be able to join your huddle, but will not be able to access the content in the conversation or see the name of a private channel.
Anyone can leave a huddle at any time, including the person who started it. A huddle will automatically end when the last person leaves.
To leave a huddle, click the headphones toggle at the bottom left corner of your sidebar or press ⌘ShiftH (Mac) or CtrlShiftH (Windows/Linux).