Higher prices are coming to Slack users starting September 1st. This applies to both the monthly and annual billing of the Pro license. The former was previously $8 and is now rising to $8.75 per month per user, while the latter is now $6.67 and will be $7.25 over the same period. Those who previously signed an annual contract continue to pay the old price for the duration of the contract. This is the first price increase since the Pro launch in 2014.
At the same time, the chat and collaboration platform is also changing the scope of the free license: Its users receive voice and video messages for direct messages and channels, which was previously reserved for Pro customers. In addition, the retention period for messages and files can now be set. Furthermore, the restriction period will change, which in future will simply be 90 days. So far, a maximum of 10,000 old Slack messages and 5 GB of shared documents could be viewed. The developers assume that the majority of users can access more data in this way.
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