The Lunchorder Slack app gives you slash commands (and buttons!) to help compile your team's lunch orders into one list.Start taking orders by executing the start command with a place and a deadline (in minutes) and the app will message everyone who is online in that channel asking for their orders for that place. The app remembers your orders and will show you buttons for subsequent orders after you've manually added them a first time.After executing the start command the order taker/starter will receive a list of everyone's orders that continuously updates itself as orders are coming in.
lunchorder will ask to:
Add commands to a workspaceShow more
lunchorder 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.
Access information about your public channelsShow more
lunchorder will be able to access basic information about your public channels (including names, topics, purposes, and creation date).
Access information about your private channelsShow more
lunchorder will be able to access basic information about your private channels (including names, topics, purposes, and creation date).
Send messages as lunchorderShow more
lunchorder will be able to send messages to a workspace.
View email addresses of people on your workspaceShow more
lunchorder will be able to view the email addresses of your Slack workspace’s members.
Access your workspace’s profile informationShow more
lunchorder will be able to access profile information for all users on a workspace, including names and contact information.
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