Slack, a workplace messaging app, recently announced that it will be increasing prices for its “Pro” version users.
Slack has been bumping its monthly prices along with changing the terms of its free plan. The free plan now deletes the uploads and messages after the duration of 90 days. The free version of Slack previously allowed users to see the last 10,000 messages and 5 GB worth of uploads.
According to slack, the price change only impacts “Pro” plan users. The teams currently using the Business+ plan, which is worth $12.50 to $15 per month, are not affected by the change. The first price hike on rice since its launch in 2014 is said to go into effect by September 2022.
Users can lock in the existing price for another year if they renew their membership before September.