In the past, Slack users have had to rely on third-party integrations like Message Them Later, Slack Scheduler, or Send it Later to schedule messages to send at designated times in the future.
With Slack’s very own built-in Scheduled Send, these scheduler integrations are now a thing of the past. All you need to do is change each message from the Slack chat box itself.
If you’re using a free Slack plan, you have space for only 10 integrations. Using this new feature frees up space for one more integration, which can help enhance your team’s end user experience.
So, you may be wondering, “how does Mio fit into all this?”
Will your top tool for collaboration software interoperability still be useful with this new feature?
Luckily, the answer is yes.
When you send a scheduled message to team members on other platforms through your universal channel, they’ll still receive your messages at the intended time. Simply create your Scheduled Send request in Slack, and Mio will send it to other platforms like Microsoft Teams and Webex at the appropriate time.
Learn how to create Schedule Send messages in this article.