Slack is releasing a dark mode feature in the latest app update for iOS and Android. Desktop will have to wait until a “a later date.”
Slack is following the major trend for “dark mode” app settings that not only look good and are easier on the eye, but also help save your battery life. Slack’s dark mode was first released on beta and is now rolling out to users as part of the app’s latest update for iOS and Android.
To switch to Dark Mode, make sure you have the latest app version (126.96.36.199-B-9754-1). tap on the three vertical dots in the upper-right corner, select settings and look for the dark mode option. Once toggled, the feature will force the app to reboot before it switches to dark mode.
That’s it, no “magic” tricks like on Messenger.
Slack has faced some backlash lately about its new brand identity. While some thought the new logo could have some (bad) hidden meaning, the company itself seemed hesitant as to what its main color scheme should be, switching from deep purple back to plain white.
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