We don't have guidelines, but if we did, here's what I'd like to see:
*Keep random comments in a "random" channel so I can unsubscribe if I want
*Don't post in a channel when a DM will work
*Only start a thread when you think there will be more than 1-2 replies
*Think long and hard before adding a new channel
*If you really need a specific person to see something specifically, tag them (because I'm definitely not reading everything)
Our main focus is removing unnecessary interruptions at a team level. I wrote a blog post highest impact actions. Here are the tips from the post:
Read more about each tip on the blog (https://tellspin.app/blog/reduce-interruptions-tips-for-slack/)
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