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"When I moved the team to Slack, I was pretty excited about it. We were communicating more. We felt like things were getting done faster. We spent less time in email, and that’s a huge win.

But then I quickly realized, it all came at a cost.

Our project teams were getting more questions answered, but our engineers and designers were getting less and less work done.

The distractions were a huge issue.

I decided to create some “Slack and productivity rules” for our teams to follow.

Since Slack is so widely used (and abused), I thought I would share the rules publicly."

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