To connect Slack messenger to Albato, open the Apps tab on the top Albato menu bar and click the Add a connection button.
Select the Messengers value from the list in the left field or use the search bar to find the required service.
Click the Add a connection button. Set the name for the connection and click the Continue button.
Next window asks to grant Albato access to the messenger.
Clicking the button, select the channel in your personal account to transfer the data.
Click the Allow button. If all steps are correct, the following sign will appear:
The Slack messenger connection is ready. You can use it in various automation scenarios. Example:
When setting up integration with Slack, 8 new triggers are now available:
- New channel
- New user
- New reaction to the item
- New mention (beta)
- New private channel message
- New message in the channel
- New private message
- New file
Due to the Slack settings, you will need to go through oAuth process again, in order to make the triggers work correctly. To do this, go to the Apps section (screenshot below).
Important: this applies to users who connected Slack by November, 2022. If your connection was created later - you don't need to do this.
There are also some triggers that need to be set up to work correctly:
- New reaction to the element
- New message in private channel
- New message in a channel
To do this, add Albato bot to the channel(s) you will use. Follow the steps below:
Step 1. Click on the channel to access the settings.
Step 2. Go to the Integration tab and click the Add an App button.
Step 3. Find Albato and click the Add button.
Once this is done, all the triggers will work correctly.
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