An organization requires multiple teams to collaborate and have a discussion on varied topics like new features to be made live or issues to be solved on existing products or for conducting brainstorming sessions. These discussions require teams to communicate with each other on a regular basis.
Each one of us loves things to be organized and kept in their right place, though the laziness of doing this on our own is a different thing. Creating channels helps to keep the flow organized. They can be sometimes Searching helps to find the channels quickly but to make it easier for you we will introduce grouping in channels. When there will be multiple channels of which some would be of the same discussion or work, they can be grouped in the sidebar and would be navigated easily.
Let’s understand this through an example,
You are a Head of Sales and are in regular communication with some channels to undertake particular sales activities like inbound sales group, outbound sales group, sales intern, and sales plan. But you are also part of some other channels that require your input, not on a daily basis. You can star channels in the sidebar, but again, a more effective way is to group all sales-related channels in a group and others too in the same way.
This will allow you to have quick access to all of them and have an organized sidebar.
Explore this video to understand how to group channels in detail: