Developer commands provide a quick and convenient way to install and edit apps.

Some commands, such as /c app members should be executed in a channel containing an app, or in an activity channel. Other commands take an optional #channel argument, that refers to the channel where the app is installed.

Open the app installer

  • /c app install [app blueprint] [#channel] opens the app installer to let you install a new app.

You can also open the installer with a pre-selected app blueprint and channel.

  • /c app install decision #channel

Open the app builder

  • /c app edit [#channel] opens the app builder where you can modify an existing app.

View basic information about an app

  • /c app [#channel] shows information about the installed app.

View detailed information about an app

  • /c app details [#channel] shows a detailed about the installed app in a separate dialog window.

Delete an app

  • /c app delete [#channel] opens a dialog and asks if you want to delete the app.

View or change the app type

  • /c app type shows the app type.
  • /c app set type <default|global> sets the app type.

View or change the app name

  • /c app name shows the app name.
  • /c app set name <name> sets the name of the app.

View or change the app’s label

  • /c app label shows the app’s label.
  • /c app set label <label> sets the label.

Owner setting

  • /c app owner shows the owner setting, see roles.
  • /c app set owner <@user> sets the owner.

Example:

  • /c app set owner @sarah

Members setting

  • /c app members shows the members setting, see roles.
  • /c app set members <@user, #channels & @user-groups> sets the members.

Example:

  • /c app set members #devops @jim @management

Conclude will build the member list dynamically, based on the users and current channel- and user group members when an activity is created.

Alert setting

  • /c app alert shows the alert setting, see app settings.
  • /c app set alert <@user, #channels & @user-groups> changes the alert setting.

Similar to setting members.

Review settings

  • /c app review.members shows the members of the review team.
  • /c app set review.members <@user, #channels & @user-groups> sets the reviewers.
  • /c app review.alert shows the review.alert setting.
  • /c app set review.alert <@user, #channels & @user-groups> set review.alerts.

Example:

  • /c app set review.members @sarah @jim
  • /c app set review.alert #incoming-requests

See review for more information about the review settings.

Admins setting

  • /c app admins shows the admins setting, see roles.
  • /c app set admins <@user, #channels & @user-groups> sets the admins.

The admins setting is useful in Slack workspaces where regular users don’t have permission to create new channels. Conclude will then rely on the admins permissions to create an activity channel.

Superusers setting

  • /c app superusers shows the superusers setting, see roles.
  • /c app set superusers <@user, #channels & @user-groups> sets the superusers.

A superuser is someone who has authority to access protected attributes. See the developer’s guide for more information.

Notifications setting

  • /c app notifications shows the notifications setting, see app settings.
  • /c app set notifications <setting> changes the notifications setting.

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