The /stash command allows you to stash arbitrary text associated with a key that you can privately recall or publicly post to a channel at a later time.Store links, reference info, commands and other text directly in Slack and shared with your team. Key-value pairs are shared with your Slack team by default, but you can also store text private to your user by prefixing the key with an underscore. Keys are case-sensitive.Learn moreSome examples:• /stash website https://slashstash.co Stashes a URL with the key "website". • /stash _my-note Some text to remember. Stashes private text with the key "_my-note". • /stash list Lists all of the keys that have been stashed. • /stash website Recalls the value of the key as a private message to the user. • /stash post website Posts the value of the key as a public message in the channel. • /stash delete _my-note Deletes the key-value pair.Full command reference
/stash will ask to:
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/stash will be able to confirm your Slack identity on your workspace.
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