Slack, the chat platform that serves as an online watercooler for oh-so-many teams, is bumping up its monthly price and changing the way its free plan works.
The company announced the changes via blog post this afternoon.
Here’s what’s changing:
If you pay for the “Pro” plan by the month, the price will increase from $8 per user per month to $8.75 per user per month.
If you pay for the “Pro” plan by the year, the price will increase from $6.67 per user per month to $7.25 per user per month.
If you’re on the free plan, they’re changing the way/duration messages are saved. Previously, free Slacks would show the last 10,000 messages and 5 GB worth of uploads. Moving forward it’ll be based on time rather than amount, with Slack showing the last 90 days of messages/uploads regardless of how much or how little is sent.
(Prices above are for U.S. users, but it’ll