Heads up! I am not a winner winner chicken dinner type.
First things first, Slack is a commercial choice for businesses while Discord is for the gaming community. And we cannot compare fish with a bird.
Software belonging to different groups are frequently not comparable considering the multiple intended purposes and benefits. I have hands-on experience in both the domains but I am no gamer. I cannot play Pubg for hours sitting happily on the couch.
Luckily, my friends and colleagues at work feel like they are living while they are just playing the games on mobile. So they have assisted me in writing this blog post. We have recently started this ‘Slack vs X’ race to actually let users know the existing software tools and make it easier to find the best according to their services.
Slack is a team communication and collaboration that is designed based on the cloud technology. It is an acronym for “Search Log of All Conversation and Knowledge.”
Whereas Discord is a freeware (software that is available free of charge) Voice over Internet Protocol(VoIP) that is developed for the communication in between the communities and the gaming teams.
Keep on reading to understand how Slack and Discord are different from one another :