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Schedule messages natively in Slack


Top Features
  • Access for your entire team for one price - Let your team grow, not your invoice
  • Schedule messages minutes, days, weeks or months, in advance with /schedule
  • Unlimited messages
  • Schedule messages natively 120 days in advance
  • List and delete messages
  • Secure extension where no messages or user data are stored outside of Slack
  • Support via email and access to future updates

$20/month

Custom

For small teams, unique use cases and non-profits. Contact us to discuss how we can help your teams communicate better with scheduled messages.



Pricing Questions

I'm the only remote employee or the only employee who needs to schedule messages. Can you offer a discount?

We want to enable teams of all sizes across all timezones to communicate more effectively. If you're the only member on your team who needs to schedule messages we're happy to discuss custom pricing. Send us a message with a bit about your use case.

Do you have different tiers available?

We have just the one price point. At $20 we can continue to add new features and support while being able to support teams of all sizes. For smaller teams it means you can continue to grow without worrying about increasing app costs. And for larger teams we think this is more fair than basing pricing on your team size. 

We're a small team, do you have discounts available?

We review this on a case-by-case basis, so please send us a message with a bit about your team and we're happy to discuss a plan that works for you. 

Do you offer discounts for charities and non-profits?

Yes, please send us a message with a bit about your team and we're happy to work out a plan that works for you. 

What if we need longer than 30 days to trial?

We believe 30 days allows you to test the core functions of the app and make sure it's a good fit, but if you need some extra time, send us a message. 

What happens when the trial is over?

After your 30 day trial is over, you'll continue to have access to the /schedule command and any scheduled messages will still send at the designated time, but you'll need to visit https://slackscheduler.com/upgrade to schedule new messages. 






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