Lennart CrossleyHmn. I get it. I do. Though, to run group chat as the primary way of communication has at least three benefits: 1) You can segment topics, files, appointmentsSee more, to-dos and conversations into channels. So you basically have everything you need literally at your fingertips. 2) You can reach everyone in a standardized way. No more contact lists, no more scrolling through endless emails (if threads are incorporated the right way), no more mailbox chatter. 3) You can automate workflows. Location-sensitive alerts, pre-defined tasklists, intelligent allocation of ressources... it all starts with a central hub of communication imho.