Slack isn’t worried about Microsoft’s big Teams push

Microsoft is finally revealing exactly how many people are using its Slack competitor Microsoft Teams. The software maker says that more than 13 million people are using Microsoft Teams daily, along with more than 19 million weekly active users. This is the first time Microsoft has revealed an active user count, and the company’s previous update was that 500,000 organizations were using the service back in March. This figure is above the more than 10 million people who use Slack daily. Slack revealed its 10 million daily active user count earlier this year, and it used the same figure back in April in a financial filing. The Verge asked Slack for an update on active users, but the company is in a quiet period after its initial public... Continue reading…

Slack isn’t worried about Microsoft’s big Teams push

Microsoft revealed last week that it now has more than 13 million people using its Microsoft Teams chat software, a milestone that means the app has overtaken Slack. While the news ...

Tue 16 Jul 19 from The Verge

Microsoft Teams is now officially bigger than Slack

It's the first official milestone for Microsoft's group chat, and it's a big one.

Thu 11 Jul 19 from Arstechnica

Microsoft Teams now has over 13 million daily active users

Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365, revealed on Thursday that Teams now has more than 13 million daily users with over 19 million people relying on the teamwork hub on ...

Thu 11 Jul 19 from Techspot

Microsoft Teams overtakes Slack with 13 million daily users

Microsoft is finally revealing exactly how many people are using its Slack competitor Microsoft Teams. The software maker says that more than 13 million people are using Microsoft ...

Thu 11 Jul 19 from The Verge

Microsoft says Teams now has 13M daily active users

Teams, Microsoft’s two-year-old Slack competitor, is the company’s fastest-growing application in its history. That’s something Microsoft has said in the past, but for the ...

Thu 11 Jul 19 from TechCrunch

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