The Slack workplace collaboration application is beginning to test a dark mode for users, joining others, such as the mail application for Windows 10 and Facebook Messenger. It is not yet available to everyone, but it is being extended to beta testers.
9to5Mac and 9to5Google detected iOS and Android updates, noting that the feature is currently being tested and tells you how to activate it. To get it now, you must be part of the Slack beta testing program, something you can join. You can join the settings of the application and go to the "Join the beta" section, which asks you to provide your name and email address. Once approved and update your application accordingly, you will have a switch that will allow you to activate the mode in the configuration. 9to5Google says that the Android application will ask you to restart the application, while the iOS version will change automatically.
A leak from Android Q earlier this year revealed that Google plans to implement a system-wide dark mode, while a developer version revealed last month that Google Chrome will also have the option later in the spring. The function is increasingly popular among users, as it helps conserve battery life, and is a bit easier for you, it is not trivial if you are in Slack day after day during the work week.