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Slack, a leading cloud messaging platform, announced today that it will soon make the official Quickbooks desktop apps available for both Windows and Linux, with a release in late March.
The quickbooks apps, which come with the desktop desktop and cloud-powered apps, are powered by the latest in cloud-centric and cloud native technology, including Slack integration.
The new Quickbooks apps will be compatible with Slack on both Windows, Mac, and Linux.
They are available in the Windows Store for free, but can be purchased for $1.99 per month.
The same for the Mac version.
Slacks desktop apps are designed to be as powerful as Slack, but offer a more user-friendly user interface, according to the company.
For example, the Quickbooks app uses the same Slack-specific features, such as the ability to add messages to a calendar, as well as a “dashboard,” that lets users quickly navigate through their calendar and messages.
Slackers desktop apps also have more features, including an integrated messaging platform that lets you share messages directly to the desktop, along with access to a “personalized notification bar,” which can send alerts when you receive messages or receive more recent ones.
Slays desktop apps come with more than 300 built-in apps, and the company also plans to add a slew of other apps for Windows and Android.
For the time being, the desktop Quickbooks are only available in Windows and macOS, with Slack integration coming in a future update.
The company says that it is also working on a desktop version for iOS and Android, and that it has been testing the apps on “multiple platforms.”
Quickbooks will eventually be available for Linux, too, with support for Slack integration, too.