Slack Integration

Modified on Wed, 19 Jun at 10:33 AM

With the growing popularity and usage of Slack within companies around the globe, our Slack integration empowers users to be in the know with what's happening with their campaigns and content projects.

 

Once you've installed and configured the integration, you will be notified directly within your Slack application of relevant content item updates, next-in-line tasks, new assignments, comments, attachment uploads, and any other important information that's associated to you!


As Slack continues to improve their application, we'll be updating our integration right alongside them. Be on the lookout for more improvements coming to this integration in the future.


How to Install & Configure the DivvyHQ App for Slack

Quick note — Depending on your Slack permissions, adding the DivvyHQ app to your Slack environment may need to be executed by your Slack administrator. You can share this guide with them if needed.


1. Go to the Apps area in your Slack app. You may need to click the More option to locate it.

2. In the Search field, search for DivvyHQ and select the DivvyHQ app.

 

search for the divvyhq app



3. Once the DivvyHQ app has been added to your Slack environment, you'll see a new DivvyHQ option within the lefthand column under Apps.

 

connect divvy account



4. Lastly, you'll need to click the "Connect DivvyHQ Account" button to log in and authorize the connection. If you're already logged into Divvy via your internet browser, you'll immediately see a confirmation screen and a confirmation message in Slack.

 

successful connection



That's it! Once you've successfully connected to two apps, you'll start receiving campaign, content, and task notifications in much the same way as you do within the Divvy interface.

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