Which sweet treat would Android N be named to? Will it be as sweet as the new features you will get from it?
Following reports of a leak, Google has released a developer preview for Android N, and it surprised everybody because Google usually showcase new releases in its developer conference, the Google I/O. Nexus users can sign up to get an OTA (over-the-air) update by heading to (g.co?androidbeta) which isn't recommended by Google for normal users because it is still in development.
The following addition or changes could be included in the update.
To add, items also are integrated to places where you need them.
Slack is recommended to lessen corporate work. It is a hassle-free way to communicate around your department. Sticking with email is essential in the way we communicate to external or the outside world. However, it is hard to keep up in terms of communication as much of it cannot be considered real time. You cannot easily create a quick reply. Also, it is not possible for your message to reach a specific person or department that requires the attention of your message aka the "Reply All". Slack keeps everyone going on in the conversation, brainstorming, or whatever needed work to be done. That is why companies manage their communication through platforms like Skype, Google Hangouts, and most notably Slack which features the following according Google Play Store's description:
Slack received praises from several big media companies. "There are two types of people in the world: those who have never heard of Slack, and those who can't imagine a life without it.", said by The Guardian. Meanwhile, Michael Villasenor, the Creative Director of The New York Times stated, "Can't praise it enough. Slack transformed the way we work together at The New York Times."
Plante, C. (2016, April 5). What is Slack, why is everybody using it, and will it destroy my work-life balance?. The Verge. Retrieved from http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/5/11368864/slack-app-messaging-how-to
Slack Technologies Inc. Slack. Google Play. Retrieved from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Slack&hl=en
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