Slack says it has resolved issues with its software that caused some users to experience issues

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  • Some Slack users said they experienced issues Friday morning, including trouble sending messages or just generally slow service with the software.
  • The company told Business Insider that Slack is now back up and running.
  • This is one of several partial or total outages that the company has experienced during the pandemic as people continue to work remotely.
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Slack has resolved issues that were affecting its service on Friday, the company told Business Insider. Its website now reads "Slack is up and running." 

Some Slack users said they were experiencing "degraded performances and connectivity issues" with the workplace messaging software on Friday morning.

"Users may have issues sending messages, APIs or general slowness on Slack," the company had earlier posted on its website.

This is one of several partial or total outages that the company has faced during the pandemic as people continue to work remotely and rely heavily on virtual work tools. In mid-May, the service was down for two-and-a-half hours one evening.

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