The Reacji Channeler allows your team to swiftly, seamlessly copy a message from one channel into another. Just use the /reacji-channeler slash command to choose an emoji, and designate a channel. Whenever anyone adds that emoji as a reaction (or, reacji, a term we’re stubbornly trying to make happen) to a message in any public channel, it will immediately get pushed into the channel you’ve designated. Here’s how it works:
• Set a rule using the command. Like this: /reacji-channeler :bulb: #ideas • From now on, each time someone uses the :bulb: reacji, that message will get shared to an #ideas channel. • React to some messages using :bulb: and watch the magic happen! • Enter /reacji-channeler help for more information about using the app.
We built the Reacji Channeler for our own use here at Slack, and found it so helpful that we decided to make it available to others. Check out our blog post to read the full story.Please note: The Reacji Channeler currently supports reactions added to standard text messages in public channels. File, snippet and image reactions, and reactions on messages in private channels are not yet available.
Reacji Channeler will ask to:
Add commands to a workspaceShow more
Reacji Channeler will be able to add commands to the message input box. Typing a command in a channel allows this app to take action outside of Slack and optionally post back to that channel.
Send messages as Reacji ChannelerShow more
Reacji Channeler will be able to send messages to a workspace.
Access information about your public channelsShow more
Reacji Channeler will be able to access basic information about your public channels (including names, topics, purposes, creation date, and latest message).
Access your workspace’s content with emoji reactionsShow more
Reacji Channeler will be able to access emoji reactions on your workspace along with associated messages, files (including contents and information such as who uploaded it, when it was uploaded, and sharing history), and who added the 'reaction'.
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