How it Works

Connect Slack to WhatsApp in a matter of minutes.

Step 1

Connect StartADAM to your Slack account

Authenticate your Slack account in StartADAM.

Step 2

Create a group and invite others to communicate from any platform they like

Anyone you invite can connect to the group with their favorite communication app. In this case, WhatsApp. All they need to do is authenticate their WhatsApp account in StartADAM.

Step 3

Connect Slack to WhatsApp using StartADAM — it’s like magic!

You will use Slack and the others will use WhatsApp, but everyone will chat as if they were using the same app!

It’s really that simple. Now messages between Slack and WhatsApp synced seamlessly.

Why is it useful?

Connect with contractors and colleagues outside of your Slack channel

Best for

  • Customer support teams—answer queries and assistance requests via WhatsApp without switching messaging apps.
  • Small businesses -  WhatsApp to reach clients more easily than email or phone.
  • Multinational teams - communicate with team members and consumers across nations and time zones
  • Sales teams - keep in touch with clients and prospects who prefer to communicate via WhatsApp


  • Improved communication efficiency and effectiveness
  • Wider accessibility to communication channels
  • Streamlined workflow and task coordination
  • Cost-effectiveness, as contractors do not need to install additional software to join the conversation
  • Support for a wider range of communication options, including voice messages and multimedia, which can enhance collaboration and coordination.
Security SOC2

Secure at our core.

We follow all SOC 2 requirements including encryption, with strict measures to protect your data.

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What will you connect?

Want to connect WhatsApp with Slack? Integrate Slack with Microsoft Teams? Get your Telegram messages in Discord?
You can do it all — and more.

Want a walk through?

Our dedicated support team can walk you through how to sync the apps you and your teams use in 10 minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions, we have answers

If your organization uses Slack but you need to connect with other companies who use WhatsApp (or vice versa), StartADAM can help. Connect your preferred tool to StartADAM and invite other organizations to join in using whichever tool they prefer.

To start using StartADAM, authenticate your Slack account by clicking ‘Let’s go’ and logging in. Once authenticated, you'll have access to the StartADAM bot, where you can create communication groups that include contacts on various platforms like Whatsapp, Discord, Microsoft Teams, SMS, and Telegram.

You can invite any reasonable number of people into a StartADAM group, and they can join from any tools they like. Whether your colleagues prefer Whatsapp, Slack, Discord, or another tool, they can collaborate in the same channel.

Yes, StartADAM supports Slack’s ability to create private chat groups.

With StartADAM Connect, you can create cross-platform communication groups and invite your WhatsApp contacts to join your Slack account (and vice versa). You can also take advantage of integrations with productivity tools like Trello and Jira.

To use StartADAM, your Slack admin will need to authenticate StartADAM by clicking ‘Let’s go’ above. Once authenticated, you can create groups by chatting with the StartADAM bot in Slack. Alternatively, you can authenticate a tool you have access to (like SMS) to create groups from there.

After authenticating StartADAM Connect with your company Slack account, you can create cross-platform communication groups by chatting with the StartADAM bot in Slack. You can then invite colleagues from various platforms like Whatsapp, Discord, Microsoft Teams, SMS, and Telegram by sharing a link.