Avoid Slow and Unstable Internet Connections
Slack is the popular, award-winning messaging and collaboration app. It serves teams as a modern alternative to email in the workplace. That is – until the moment Slack freezes and you have to reboot.
The reason for your Slack connection issues can either be their infrastructure or your Internet. Unless Slack is actually down (it happens!), you have to get a fast and stable connection to avoid slack disconnecting.
Fact is: people still experience Slack freezing. See how to fix this and get work done efficiently.
Why Slack Freezes and How to Fix It
When Slack freezes, it can be one of the following:
- you do not have the latest version of the app / software. You should update that.
- their servers go down. In this case, a simple check of the Slack status page can confirm.
- you are experiencing slow or unreliable Internet.
The best way to fix Slack freezing is to look at the network you’re connected to. When you have a slow or unreliable Internet connection, your Slack isn’t able to work properly. Sometimes, you may not even realize that you have a Slack connection problem until you try and use the service.
Most often it’s people working while commuting that encounter these issues. That’s because they get stuck on bad WiFi networks. Their laptops and mobile devices don’t know when to switch to another hotspot or connection. If your WiFi connection has a momentary hiccup or your cellular connection fluctuates, some of the flow of those packets gets interrupted. It can take a few moments for the data to catch up.
This results in Slack messages not sending and calls where the audio cuts in and out, where the video lags, and where the audio and video don’t sync properly.
Slack has put together this troubleshooting guide you can check out to fix Slack freezing. Solutions mostly go around clearing your cache and reloading Slack. But wait… there’s a better way to fix Slack connection issues related to your Internet.
Fix Slack Disconnecting with Speedify
Speedify is a bonding VPN that changes the way your computer or mobile device connects to the Internet. Instead of just using one connection, Speedify can combine 2 or more connections at the same time. This instantly increases your connection bandwidth and reliability and provides a better Slack experience. You’ll be able to get work done in any situation, even when traveling!
Speedify also monitors the quality of your Internet connections. When it detects that a signal is weak or that the network is too slow (remember public WiFi?), it will automatically and seamlessly reroute the data through the other working connection(s). And when the “original” connection is back online and reliable, it begins using it again automatically. Say goodbye to Slack freezing!
Done Fixing Slack Freezing? Get All Three for Your Internet Connection: Reliability, Speed and Security
Speedify does more than just manage your Internet connections. It is also a fast bonding VPN that encrypts all of the data you send and receive from your device. This helps keep your private information and conversations secure from digital eavesdroppers and cyber thieves.
Speedify doesn’t just fix your Slack freezing issues disappear. It also makes your Slack app more stable and secure, and improves your overall Internet experience.
Other VPNs slow down your Internet connection. There is no other app that works like Speedify. Only Speedify gives you advanced encryption while also speeding up your Internet connection.
If you are tired of Slack messages not sending, calls dropping or the app freezing, get started with Speedify.
Speedify is the only app that combines your wifi, cellular, wired, and even your friend’s phone signals – into one ultra-fast and super secure link that keeps you all connected for the best possible live streaming, video calling, or just posting to your favorite app.
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