The popularity of chat apps seem to have risen as formality in the workplace has dropped.Chat apps have not only replaced the office watercooler, but they’ve become an integral part of the productive workflows of millions around the world.
But we all know who wins the ‘most popular’ award ;) For that reason, I’ll stick with Slack for the following examples (but there’s no reason you couldn’t do the same with any other app! Once you’ve gotten the hang of it, you’ll be able to automatically share any information to your team without you having to lift a finger! Choose Slack as your trigger app, then select the trigger.
Ever think of something you need to get done while you’re in the middle of doing something else? Just set up a dedicated Slack channel for adding tasks to a certain Zenkit collection so you can get new tasks off your mind in a snap! I went with ‘New Message Posted to Private Channel’, but you could choose a public channel too.
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Share it publicly to get your app in front of hundreds of thousands of users, or keep it private for you and your team to use internally.
There is no such option in the settings, but we can still do it with the method below.
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Just make sure that anyone on the channel knows that each new message creates an item!!
We all know that the notifications center in any heavily-used app can get a little cluttered.
All you have to do is click through the set up to choose the team or collection you want comment notifications from, we’ve done the rest!
Once you get to setting up the Slack action, all you have to do is type in the username of the person you want to notify: Now you’ll never miss another important comment in Zenkit, even if you get a hundred notifications a day!
Searches look up existing data, and Actions create new items.