The @Range Slack bot can be configured to send Range check-ins to your team's Slack channel. Learn how to set it up

Threaded Mode
By default, the Slack bot will create a thread each day, and post your teammate's check-ins to the Slack thread. This method works best for Slack channels that have a lot of active conversation.

Unthreaded Mode
Some teams create a Slack channel just for Range check-ins. In this case, it's better to have Range send check-ins directly to the Slack channel, without threading. 

If you've already subscribed your channel to Range check-ins you will need to unsubscribe that team and resubscribe with the new threading preference. 

  • You will want to know which teams are subscribed to that channel. You can do this with the following command:
@range subscriptions

This will show you the subscriptions currently on the channel. Note the Team ID that's in the parenthesis. For example:

  • You will then need to unsubscribe that team with the unsubscribe command. This will remove your subscription from the Slack channel. You can also replace the team ID with the word "everyone" to subscribe to or unsubscribe from check-in from everyone in your Range workspace.
@range unsubscribe TEAM_ID
  • Take the Team-ID from the first step and fill it into the command that follows. The extra "unthreaded" word will tell the bot to send check-ins without a daily thread.
@range subscribe TEAM_ID unthreaded

Take the Team-ID from the first step and fill it into the command above. The extra "unthreaded" word will tell the bot to send check-ins without a daily thread.

Please let us know how it goes, or if you have other ideas on how to make the Slack integration better. You can always reach us with the intercom button in the lower right.

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