Connect to Slack
Learn how you can connect to your Slack workspace
If you signed up to Actioner via Slack, your Actioner workspace is already connected to your Slack workspace.
To see your connected Slack workspaces, navigate to your workspace from left menu in Actioner and go to Slack connections page.
Connecting to Slack
If you have not connected any Slack workspace or if you are looking to connect an additional Slack workspace:
Step 1. Go to your workspace from left menu and navigate to Slack connections page. Then, click Connect to Slack button.
Slack connection can be added by Actioner workspace admins.
If you do not see Slack connections page, contact with your workspace admin.
Step 2. Click Allow to allow Actioner app to be added to your Slack workspace.
Step 3. When Slack connection is successful; your Slack workspace will be listed on Slack connections page.
Step 4. You'll be getting a direct message from Actioner in Slack.
When multiple Actioner workspaces are connected to the same Slack workspace, you might be prompted to select your Actioner workspace after calling the Actioner shortcut.
If you want to skip selecting a workspace, go to Actioner app's Home tab in Slack and click Set default workspace on Settings section.
When a default workspace is set, only actions from your default workspace will be available to be run in Slack.
To select Actioner workspace each time you run actions, select Always ask me option instead.
User mapping for Slack
If you signed up to Actioner via Slack or if you connected a Slack workspace with the same email you are registered to Actioner, mapping is automatically completed. You do not need any additional settings.
If you are registered to Actioner and Slack with different emails, you need to map your Actioner user with your Slack user to be able to run actions in Slack.
Step 1. In Slack, go to Apps from the left menu and find Actioner.
Step 2. On Home tab of Actioner app, click Map my user.
Step 3. Select your Actioner workspace and enter the email you registered to Actioner.