GreetBot is your onboarding assistant for Slack. In a few easy steps it helps you make your new teammates feel welcome and informed when they join your workspace.:female-teacher: Highlight key people & resources Share helpful links to sites and documents or use @mentions to highlight key people.:speech_balloon: Greet in private or in public Greet new teammates in public and private channels or with a direct message.:female-singer: Have fun with Welcome Themes Make onboarding fun with built-in message packs like lyrics from hit songs or quotes from cinema classics.:art: Customize your messages Customize your messages with all the text formatting styles available on Slack, including emoji.:spiral_calendar_pad: Schedule follow-ups Engage new members with messages delivered a day, a week or a month after they’ve joined.:bar_chart: View latest activity Keep track of latest activity with a detailed message log covering users, dates, channels and DMs.Find out more at https://greet.bot/info
GreetBot will ask to:
Confirm your identityShow more
GreetBot will be able to view your user id number, full name, and workspace id number on your workspace.
View your Slack workspace nameShow more
GreetBot will be able to view your Slack workspace name, domain, and icon.
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
Add a bot user with the username @greetbotShow more
GreetBot will be able to install a bot user that appears in and has access to your workspace’s directory. It can also post messages and view activity on messages in any channel it is invited to.
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