Thursday, April 21, 2016

Slack Tips


Slack
http://digimarconcanada.ca/22-handy-slack-hacks-everyone-should-know/
/away
7) Add notifications for keywords and phrases.
Whether you’re managing a specific project or trying to keep tabs on a certain department or activity, adjusting your settings to enable custom notifications can be a huge time saver.
 /msg @user [your message]


9) Edit messages you’ve already sent.

We’ve all said things we wish we could take back. And with Slack, you can … kinda. To quickly edit a message you’ve sent in a conversation, press the ↑ arrow key, edit your message, then press “Enter.”

16) Jump to any conversation in seconds using Slack’s Quick Switcher.

If you’ve got a really big team, it’s likely that you’re involved with quite a few Slack channels. To quickly and easily switch from a channel to a private message back to a different channel, simply hit ⌘ + K (Mac) or Ctrl + K (Windows and Linux). A popup will appear where you can begin typing a person or channel’s and select the correct option to open the conversation.

/t fr message => translate message to french
/poll "title" "option1" etc
/who list users in current channel
/star

http://www.buzzfeed.com/nicolenguyen/slack-attack
5. Use this IFTTT recipe to post recurring reminders (like lunch orders or daily meetings).
8. Set up Slackbot to respond to frequently asked questions like, “What’s the WiFi password?”
11. Star messages to remember them.
12. Use Slack as your to-do list. Type “/remind me to do [a thing] at [a certain time or date]” in Slackbot.
20. Create bulleted lists by typing option + 8 on Mac or alt + 0149 on Windows.
https://slackhq.com/11-useful-tips-for-getting-the-most-of-slack-5dfb3d1af77
8. Press the Up arrow to edit
11. Add *emphasis* to your messages
Almost too many lovely little simple tricks, including:
• Using *this* to embolden this.
• Adding > before a line, which will indent that line, blockquote-style. And adding >>> at the start of a paragraph…
…will indent everything that’s typed or pasted after it, preserving linebreaks.

Slack won’t open or you need to clear your slack.app settings.
http://www.cpierce.org/2015/09/slack-wont-open-or-you-need-to-clear-your-settings-from-a-computer/
 go into the app and click Help -> Reset Local Cache.

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