Jell's integration with Slack allows you to publish standups, check-ins and other activity to Slack to easily stay on top of what's happening with your team.
You'll also be able to use the Jell bot or slash commands to submit your standup without ever having to leave Slack.
To setup your Slack integration, go to your organization settings page from the menu:
Locate the Slack button and click Connect:
You'll be taken to the Slack website to select your account and approve the integration. Once complete, you'll be redirected back to Jell where you can manage the integration settings.
To modify your Slack settings, go to your organization settings page and click Edit Settings next to the Slack logo.
From here, you can select the channels where activity for each team is published:
If you setup the original Slack integration, you'll be able to see a list of all public Slack channels on your account, as well as any private channels you have access to. If you did not setup the integration, you'll only be able to select public channels.
If you're not seeing a recent Slack channel in the selection list, click the Re-sync Channels link at the bottom of the list.
To configure what messages get posted to Slack, click Edit Settings next to your organization or team and select all the items you want posted:
If there are errors with the Slack integration, organization admins should receive an email with the nature of the error.
The most common problem we encounter is that a Slack admin has disconnected the integration from the Slack app or website, so Jell encounters a token_revoked error.
To fix, simply reauthorize the Jell app with your Slack account:
To remove Slack from Jell, click the Delete Integration link at the top of the settings page: