If you’re a Windows Insiders who uses Slack as your primary email and messaging app, then you’re in luck.

Slack has officially added support for using the stock Android messaging app on Windows 10.

In order to do this, you need to have an account with Slack.

If you don’t have an existing account, then go ahead and sign up.

You’ll need to provide a valid email address and password.

After you’re done, you can then get Slack stock to use on your PC.

You can read more about the process and installation here. 

Slack’s stock Android app has some quirks, but you can easily get the job done with this one trick.

The best part?

You can use the stock app on a Chromebook or Windows 10 PC.

If you want to use the Slack stock Android version, there are a couple of apps that you can use to do so. 

For starters, you’ll need an Android app. 

Google Chrome can be downloaded for free from the Google Play store, while Chrome OS can be installed for free with a Google account.

If none of those work, you may need to install Chrome OS. 

To install Slack, open Chrome, then navigate to Chrome Apps.

Under the Google Apps section, tap on “Download now.” 

Once you have Slack installed, open it up in Chrome.

You should see a list of available apps.

Select the “Slack” app, and you’ll be presented with a “Manage Google apps” option. 

Next, select the Slack app you installed. 

The default settings are the same as you would for the Google app.

Tap on “Add new.” 

This will open a dialog box that says “This is a free app.”

Click on “OK.” 

You should now be presented a list with all the apps you have installed.

Tap the app you want and you should see all of the available features.