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What is Slackadaisical?

Slackadaisical is a simple weekend project CLI interface to Slack. This is not a library and is not yet intended to be developed on top of. It's not even very good. This is just a simple, silly command line Slack client. But if you live in tmux or the command line like me, you might just like it.
Slackadaisical is a tool in the Slack Tools category of a tech stack.
Slackadaisical is an open source tool with 259 GitHub stars and 20 GitHub forks. Here鈥檚 a link to Slackadaisical's open source repository on GitHub

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What are some alternatives to Slackadaisical?
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Emacs client for Slack. Slack鈥檚 Webapp does allow you to partially mute certain channels, but that鈥檚 about as far as it goes. On the other hand, with the power of Emacs and the Alert package, we can perfectly filter out anything we don鈥檛 care about.
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