After its release in a beta version over the weekend, the Slack job chat application launched a dark mode feature in the latest application update for iOS and Android, which should be implemented now.
When you toggle the setting, the default white background of the application will change to black. Regardless of your reason for wanting a dark mode in Slack (it's easier on the eyes, it can help you save battery) and, in fact, it looks good and you want all the applications you use to adopt it, people who use Slack in the mobile should be able to realize the dream as soon as the update reaches your phone.
To activate the function, the first obvious step is to make sure you have the latest version of Slack (version 18.104.22.168-B). -9754-1). While the application of my colleague Chaim Gartenberg on the iPhone already had the option of dark mode available, I have not yet seen the update in Google Play Store for my Android phone. I still had to join the beta version to force a version with Dark Download Mode. Once the update is installed, just touch the three vertical dots in the upper right corner, after arriving at the configuration and find the dark mode switch nested inside. The dark alternation mode will cause the application to restart, and then the chat window will change from white to black.
Slack's release notes for the application update say that dark mode is currently limited to mobile devices, although as noted 9to5Mac is expected to reach the desktop at a later date.