Honestly if Slack, Twitter, and Gmail ever go down at the same time I’ll probably freeze like a housecat who just stares at an open door because it has no concept of freedom. — Brian Grubb (@briancgrubb) January 9, 2018
ahh, broken slack the veritable digital version of a snow day — ಠ_ಠ (@MikeIsaac) January 9, 2018
slack is down, time to go home — łopatologia (@mslopatto) January 9, 2018
Slack isn’t down. Everyone just moved into a private channel to talk shit about you. — Sean O’Neal (@seanoneal) January 9, 2018
Surprised at how much I’ve been able to knock off my to-do list today even with a late start, thru @SlackHQ‘s afternoon crash & thru the most exhaustion I have probably ever felt.
I have never run a marathon but after four 13+ hour work days, I think I know what it’s like. — Erica A. Hernandez (@EricaAlyssa) January 9, 2018
i know im old now bc my entire tl is all about slack being down, it used to be fun things like thirst traps — Calvin (@calvinstowell) January 9, 2018
Slack is down and I have never felt freer. — Louis Peitzman (@LouisPeitzman) January 9, 2018
Hey, looks like it’s back! My letter message in a bottle landed ashore! Whew!
hope you’re all enjoying this episode of SLACK MIRROR. i’m sorry. — Desus Nice (@desusnice) January 9, 2018
It's looking like everything is back to normal for all customers. Our sincere apologies for the disruption to your day. You were all so patient as we worked to get this fixed — thanks, everyone. — Slack (@SlackHQ) January 9, 2018