After talking with my colleague JB, we found that it is hard to keep track of all the links shared on Slack. We have a lot of channels for different projects and teams, and useful resources are shared all over the place. Slinky tackles this problem by connecting to Slack and importing and organising the links automatically. Team members can access the links any time and sort, filter and search them. — Slinky - your links organised

EVER TRIED TO FIND THAT USEFUL ARTICLE YOUR COWORKER SHARED 4 DAYS AGO? 👺

Used the Slack search but no gain? Asked your coworker but he didn’t remember which channel he shared in in? You are not alone! Communication in Slack can be overwhelming and keeping track of all the interesting articles and links is sometimes daunting.

BORN OUT OF THIS FRUSTRATION IS SLINKY 🌈

Once added to Slack, Slinky will listen to links posted in the channels you invited it to. It carefully picks them along with emoji reactions to craft your company’s board of links.

Use emoji reactions like 📎 * to save a link to read later and Slinky will keep it warm just for you.

Platforms

Responsive web

Development time

  • 2 months (10.2016 ~ 12.2016)
  • including idea, concept, design and technical realisation

Highlights

Sort, search and filter your links
Screenshots

Comments

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