Slack Huddles have taken over, but they’re not recorded-yet.
Teams like ours have our most insightful and productive conversations using Slack Huddles, but before would rely heavily on taking notes or “hoping” something was remembered.
Today we’re able to Backtrack our Slack Huddles to capture only the most important details.
Here’s an example: The team was talking over Slack Huddles and debating if they should ship with “Feature X” or “Feature Y” - different parties were bringing up valid and important points.
How were all of these points being made in rapid succession supposed to be properly documented?
The team had Backtrack running at the time of the Slack Huddle and was able to capture each point quickly right after it was said.
Likewise, some members even elected to Backtrack the entire conversation for full documentation.
After approximately naming the files, the Backtrack’s got saved to the corresponding workspace so each participant had access to those key moments said out loud.