Fastgrep monitors your team’s Slack channels and makes it easy to find every link and file shared by you and your teammates.
Get started by adding Fastgrep to Slack. It is fast and easy.
Fastgrep will start saving all links and files that you and your teammates share.
Type /links or /files on a channel (or DM Fastgrep) and it will show you a list of links and files that have been shared.
You remember that a colleague shared an interesting link or file, but you can’t find it simply because there’s just too much going on in your channels? No worries. Fastgrep lists every link and file shared in all channels you joined.
Find links and files shared by everyone, a specific colleague or yourself. Today, this week, last month, last year. Fastgrep gets it done.
See only the 10 most recent links and files shared in a channel or get a DM from Fastgrep with a complete list of what has been shared.
Got interested in a link or file, but don’t have time to check it out right away? Save it for later and easily go back to it in the future. Plus, saved links and files don’t get mixed up with starred text messages on Slack.
Fastgrep Web helps you to be on top of every link and file that have been shared on your Slack workspace. Apply filters, sort by channels, favorite items. No more wasting time finding the stuff that matters.