How To Add Huddle To Slack

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Adding Huddle to Slack has been a game-changer for me and my team. Huddle is a fantastic collaboration tool that allows us to bring all our important files, conversations, and tasks together in one place. In this article, I’ll guide you through the process of adding Huddle to your Slack workspace and share some personal insights along the way.

Step 1: Find the Huddle App

The first thing you need to do is find the Huddle app in the Slack App Directory. You can access the App Directory by clicking on the “Apps” button in the left sidebar of your Slack workspace. Once you’re in the App Directory, search for “Huddle” in the search bar.

Step 2: Install Huddle

Once you’ve found the Huddle app, click on it to view more details. Take a moment to read through the app description and reviews to get a better understanding of what it offers. If you’re convinced, click on the “Install” button to begin the installation process.

During the installation process, Slack will ask you to grant certain permissions to Huddle. These permissions are necessary for Huddle to function properly within your workspace. Don’t worry, Huddle respects your privacy and will only access the information it needs to provide its features.

Step 3: Set Up Huddle

After the installation is complete, you’ll need to set up Huddle to tailor it to your specific needs. Slack will guide you through this process, which includes selecting the channels where you want Huddle to be available and choosing the integration options that suit your workflow.

I personally recommend selecting all the channels where you frequently collaborate with your team. This way, you’ll have easy access to Huddle’s features wherever you work within Slack. As for integration options, take your time to explore the available options and choose the ones that align with your workflow. You can always adjust these settings later if needed.

Step 4: Start Using Huddle

Once you’ve set up Huddle, it’s time to start using it in your day-to-day work. Huddle integrates seamlessly with Slack, so you’ll find its features integrated into the Slack interface.

One of the things I love about Huddle is its ability to bring all our important files together. You can create folders, upload files, and even connect external file storage services like Google Drive or Dropbox. This makes it incredibly convenient to find the files you need without leaving Slack.

Another feature I find incredibly useful is Huddle’s task management capabilities. You can create tasks, assign them to team members, set due dates, and track their progress. This keeps everyone on the same page and ensures that nothing falls through the cracks.


Adding Huddle to Slack has truly revolutionized the way my team collaborates. With all our files, conversations, and tasks in one place, we’ve become more efficient and productive. I hope this article has helped you understand the process of adding Huddle to your Slack workspace. Give it a try and see the difference it can make!