Conclude adds structure and oversight to Slack collaboration, without losing the engaging nature of messaging.
Conclude Home is your command center where you can view activities, launch Conclude apps, and create new apps.
You can find it under Apps in the Slack sidebar, or by using the Slack command
The Dashboard page displays the most recent activities, and contains launch buttons for installed Conclude apps. It also shows information about the Conclude usage in your team.
The Activities page lets you view open and closed activities (limited to 16 activities). Go to the Conclude Inbox (see below) for a complete, searchable view.
The Apps page contains a list of installed Conclude apps. Here, you can install, delete, and modify apps.
Finally, Help is the Conclude help center, with help texts and links to relevant documentation.
In the same way that your email inbox contains your emails, the Conclude inbox contains the team’s activities. Green items represent closed activities, while yellow or red items are open activities. An activity becomes red when its severity level is ‘medium’ or higher.
Click on an activity to view more information, including the team discussions. You can see the entire activity log by clicking the Show log button.
If you type “needle” in the search field, the inbox will only show activities containing this word. You may search for any word, user name or channel name.
For more advanced search, click the Show filters button. This lets you set more advanced search filters, for example, all activities you are responsible for that have an expired deadline.
The team report displays a graphical view of all team activities that you have access to. The history goes back 12 months.
The boxes and graphs are interactive. Clicking on a bar will switch to the inbox and display the activities that were created (yellow color) or concluded (green) on a specific day or during a week.
You will find an overview of all your teams available apps here. If you want to install a new app or make a new activity, you may do that here as well.
The apps page will also show you how many open or closed activities you have, and if you have any urgent activities going on.