Slack is rolling out a dark mode to iOS and Android beta users

The workplace collaboration app Slack began to test the user's dark mode in combination with other users, such as the Mail app for Windows 10 and Facebook Messenger. It's not yet available to everyone, but it's open to beta testers.

9to5Mac and 9to5Google tells you how to find iOS and Android updates and let them know that the feature is currently being tested and get help and enable it manually. You need to join Slack's beta testing program right now. You can go to the app's settings and scroll to the & # 39; Beta Engagement & # 39; section to enter your name and email address. Once you've been approved and updated your app accordingly, you'll see a toggle to toggle the mode on in Settings. In 9to5Google the Android app will prompt you to restart the app, but the iOS version will switch automatically.

Due to an Android Q leak earlier this year, Google will show a system-wide dim mode, and developers said that Google Chrome will release options later this month. This feature is becoming more and more popular with users as it helps to conserve battery life, and it is not trivial if you have a relaxing day at work week.

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