Built by a Remote worker, for remote teams
Remote teams are here to stay, and Slack is undeniably one of the most important tools in making that happen. But as a remote worker in Australia, the time difference means I'm spending valuable time dealing with the and not communicating in the most effective way possible.
Responses can be staggered and are often crafted early in the morning or late at night instead of when they'll provide the best response.
To respect my colleagues time, I'm always hesitant to message outside of hours, which means information is lost or I'm working at weird hours just to have a simple conversation.
Slack /schedule helps reduce these problems by allowing you to send messages at the optimal time. No more worrying about timezones or messages getting buried.