When

February 11, 2021
7pm - 8pm

Contact

Ophelia Davenport
Email

Where

Online via Zoom: Details will be provided after registration
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Australia
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When

February 11, 2021
7pm - 8pm

Contact

Ophelia Davenport
Email

Where

Online via Zoom: Details will be provided after registration
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Australia
See Google map »

If there’s one thing we’ve learnt over the past year it’s that the internet is an amazing tool that keeps us connected, and we should use it! 

With the 50 of our ACF community groups spread far and wide across the country, Slack is what we use to bridge these gaps in space and time and all remain engaged in our united fight for action on nature and climate. 

That's why we are inviting you to join our training session on how to use the basics of Slack to strengthen your community group.

Slack is an online application that allows ACF community group members, fellows and staff to talk in real time. Whether it be inviting others to an event, sharing good news about a recent win, recommending a documentary or book or simply asking a question - Slack keeps you connected and up to date with your group, ACF as an organisation and the broader movement. 

This training is intended for:

  • Those who haven't used Slack at all and would like to start using it. 
  • Those who have used Slack but need a refresher. 

This training will cover the following:

Starting with Slack

  • Downloading, installing and logging into Slack
  • Workspace
  • Permission level, naming conventions

 Slack features

  • How we communicate: Channels, Direct Message (DM), Threads and Mentions

We will also give a live demonstration of how to use Slack and allow you to have a go as well! 

After you have registered for the training, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom meeting. 

The training starts at 7pm AEDT – so that's 7pm in ACT, NSW, TAS and VIC; 6:30pm in SA; 6pm in QLD and 4pm in WA.

See you there!