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10 Fast Growing Slack Communities/hangouts You Should Know About

Slack is a real time communication tool similar to instant messenger, but more focused on community conversations and networking. Here are ten popular slack communities about everything from ecommerce to user experience design. Of course, if none of these interest you, you can find many more Slack communities on SlackHunt.com.

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Designerhangout.co

Designerhangout.co is a global community of over 1600 pre-vetted UX designers and researchers. The real-time UX chat is place where people come together and discuss the latest trends and tools, get high level feedback on designs, and meetup in locally organized events. Designer Hangout also hosts Q&A sessions with design leaders like Jared Spool, Steve Portigal and Lou Rosenfeld.

talkshopify.com

Talk Shopify is a growing community all about Shopify. It's a place for Shopify enthusiasts to get answers to questions, network with others and make lasting relationships. Talk Shopify hosts AMA sessions with Shopify experts and spotlights leaders in the Shopify community in it’s blog.

hashtagpodcasters.com

#podcasters is a global community for podcasters & podcast enthusiasts, where like-minded people share their passion for the medium. The group currently includes a number of prominent producers & hosts, including the production manager for the Tim Ferriss show.

hashtagmusic.audio

hashtagmusic.audio is a slack community for people that love music. We do not just share music - we share conversations around music. A music community that is better than your average music blog. Connect with developers, designers, and marketers that love music.

SlackMods.com

Slackmods.com is an exclusive invite only Slack Community for Slack community owners or mods.

hashtagstartup.co

With over 2000 founders from all over the globe, it's easy to engage and get help from other founders. #startup lets you grow your international network by facilitating discussions, Q&A's, feedback and braintrusts around a range of startup topics, from development to region specific channels.