How to Record Slack Voice Calls on Mac?

Looking to Record Voice Calls on Slack App or Web on macOS? Here is the Simple Guide to Record Slack Calls on your MacBook Computer

Slack is a communication platform available for Mobile and PC. It is a kind of a blend of Microsoft Teams and Discord. Adding business elements from Teams and features and UI from Discord. Recordings or transcriptions of calls are not recorded or stored in Slack.

If you wish to record voice calls on Slack then you can use a simple inbuilt application on your macOS PC. Here’s the simple guide below.

Steps to Record Slack Voice Calls on MacBook

Here is the Simple Guide to Record Voice Calls on Slack App or Web on macOS Computer

Step 1. On your keyboard enter command+Spacebar to open Spotlight.

Step 2. Here search QuickTime Player and Open the App.

QuickTime Player in Spotlight

Step 3. Now make a call on Slack with the individual or group you wish to record.

Step 4. Click on the QuickTime Player app on the bottom dock

Step 5. You will see QuickTime Player Files in the top Menu

Step 6.  Here click on New Audio Recording

New Audio Recording

Step 7. Now click on Red Dot the Record button  to start recording the call on slack.

Click on Record Button

Step 8. The app will record both the system audio and your conversation.

Step 9. Once the recording is done, again open the QuickTime Player and click on the Grey button to stop the recording.

Click on the Grey Button to Stop the Recording

Step 10. Now play the recorded call.


Step 11. To save the recording click on the close window button, you will be shown the option to save the file with location and name.

Save the Recording

Done! you can safely record Slack Voice Calls on your Mac PC for Free with an inbuilt player for your PC.

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Nikhil Azza
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