Networking Through Slack

The AMS attendee Slack is a great way to communicate and network with fellow attendees during AMS conferences! With Slack, you can message other attendees directly as well as participate in the "#104annual” channel which is a group chat for all attendees at the 104th Annual Meeting. In the #104annual channel, we will share important announcements, reminders, and tips during the meeting! If you are already a member of the ams-attendee Slack workspace or you are having trouble finding the #104annual channel, you may need to click Channels > Manage > Browse Channels > then select your desired channel. 


We encourage you to use Slack to stay connected with your fellow attendees! Slack is a great way to ask questions about presentations, promote your presentation, and get general meeting information. We will also be offering a specific channel for first time attendees! In order to join the first time attendee channel, you will need to navigate to the channel to join. To join the “104 annual-first-time-attendee” channel, you will need to Channels > Manage > Browse Channels > then select “104annual-firsttimeattendee.”

To participate in Slack, you will need to create a Slack account if you do not already have one. In order to familiarize yourself with Slack, please read through the quick start guide here

The link to join will be available on the online program and sent through email to registered attendees.

Reminder about Conduct

Your safety is important to us in all areas of AMS meetings. We want to remind everyone about our policy on Professional and Respectful Conduct at AMS Meetings (full statement can be found here). The policy applies to all AMS-related events, including activity that takes place in the virtual space. Please report unprofessional or disrespectful conduct to [email protected] or call 617-226-3965.

The use of Slack is completely optional.

If you have any questions regarding Slack, please contact [email protected]