Tech finally made the world a better place.
Slack, the messaging platform used by organizations ranging from the MTA to SoftBank, quietly released a new feature in late June that's set to forever change the remote-work game: scheduled messages. Because whether or not Slack intended it, scheduled messages are perfect for tricking your boss into thinking you're working. (Or for the less devious among us, just not bugging your co-workers after hours.)
As the name suggests, the feature lets you...
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