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Create and manage end-to-end workflows inside of Slack
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What is Missions?

Missions.ai allows you to create and manage the end-to-end workflows for an unlimited number of processes. Completely customizable, workflows can be as simple or complex as you need. No coding required.
Missions is a tool in the Slack Tools category of a tech stack.

Who uses Missions?


4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Missions.

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Missions Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Missions?
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Slack Gitsin
We have Slack we use in our office using the Windows stand alone since the Chrome based app seems to not show notifications in the bar (highlighting the app when you have a waiting message). Nearly every day Slack has to be manually closed via task manager (all users at random times) because Slack is taking up nearly all CPU and memory on the PCs. Is this a known issue and if so is there any solution?
Slack Workflow Builder
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Missions's Followers
7 developers follow Missions to keep up with related blogs and decisions.
Haihong Dong
Andre White
Mike Brevoort
Nicolas Marshall