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High-volume, free-flowing chat can be hard to follow and hurt productivity. Smithy is an app for Slack that keeps things organised by ensuring all conversations in designated channels are kept threaded.* Keep channels on-topic and easy to follow by marking them as threads-only using Smithy. Conversations will be kept threaded, automatically.* Start... read more
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Smithy About

High-volume, free-flowing chat can be hard to follow and hurt productivity. Smithy is an app for Slack that keeps things organised by ensuring all conversations in designated channels are kept threaded.

* Keep channels on-topic and easy to follow by marking them as threads-only using Smithy. Conversations will be kept threaded, automatically.

* Start new threads with a subject and the first message with a simple slash command. The thread will be authored by you personally and will appear distinctly as a threaded conversation. More Info »

* Mark threads as closed with a click of a button available in each thread to mark a discussion as resolved and easier to keep track of at a glance.

Smithy has been built by engineers from a fully remote, distributed company. We've lived through the pains of having to keep track of and manage multiple channels and keeping conversations organised.

You're in good company.

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