We are using Slack as our community "hub", instead of a more traditional forum. This is primarily because there is a significant barrier to entry when someone has to click "New Topic" and then present a structured, formal topic for discussion. In Slack they just jump in and talk, which is great for engagement.
But there is a real problem with organization. Over time we have grown and the number of channels is getting out of hand. Currently we have 55 channels which should be divided into roughly a half doze top-level groupings/categories. Except Slack only allows for that at the per-user level.
Is there any way for us as administrators, to organize the channels into any sort of hierarchy at all? So far my efforts to find a solution have come up empty but I'm hoping maybe someone here has some ideas.