The most important part of any Slack workspace is the people in it. Without members, there’s no one to post messages and communicate with. In many corporate environments, employees will be automatically added as part of the onboarding account creation process. In both corporate and community workspaces, though, it may be necessary to specifically invite people to join the workspace.
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By default, members (but not guests) can invite new members to their workspace, but owners and admins can change this so that invitations require admin approval. If admin approval is required, members can request invitations for admins to approve or deny.
To invite someone to the workspace, here are the steps to follow:
Step 1: Click on the workspace name at the top of the sidebar.
Step 2: In the dropdown menu, click on “Invite people to <workspace name>”
Step 3: Then enter the “email address” for anyone that you’d like to invite, or tap “Contacts” to invite people saved to your device.
Alternatively, you can copy an invitation link by clicking “Copy invite link” in the bottom-left corner. By default, all invitation links are valid for thirty days and can be used to allow up to two-thousand people to join the workspace before the link expires.
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Step 4: Now click “Send” and then “Done” to confirm the invitation.
That’s all! If you follow the steps in this guide, you will invite people to your workspace. Kindly drop a comment below if this guide has been of help.