The Trove app for Slack lets you communicate with your email!Start by installing the Trove Slack App. From there you can talk to the Trove bot by typing "/trove what's new" or directly to the trove bot user. If you are not yet logged into a mailbox, you will be prompted to do so in order to utilize Trove.Focused Inbox:Trove's intelligence layer on your email automatically focuses on the messages most important to you. Now you can use Slack effectively to stay on top of your inbox without being overwhelmed. As you go through your important message list, you can "Read", "Respond", "Archive", "Delete", and even "Snooze" each message.Waiting Questions:You can even ask Trove Bot "what is waiting." Trove detects messages you need to respond to and conveniently pulls out questions in them for you. Just ask Trove to "Respond [with your message]" to get them off your list.Get the Whole Story:If you need a little more information about a sender, ask Trove "who introduced us?" Trove will reveal how you met the sender from your email's perspective. How cool is that?When you are curious about how your network is growing, try asking Trove "who have I recently met?" Trove will tell you about your most recent new connections and provide details about them.Add some Security:Are you worried who might walk up and ask TroveBot about your email? Add a security pin. Just ask Trove to "Lock my inbox" and enter a pin until you're ready to use the app again.Utilize the power of your teams by asking Trove bot who you know in a location or at a specific company. Give it a try with "Who do we know at Slack.com."Free versions of Trove are available, as well as premium and enterprising options. Details may be found at https://trove.com/pricing.For support, visit https://help.trove.ai/hc/en-us or contact us at email@example.com.
Trove will ask to:
Add commands to a workspaceShow more
Trove 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 TroveShow more
Trove will be able to send messages to a workspace.
Access basic information about your User GroupsShow more
Trove will be able to access the names, descriptions, and members of your workspace’s User Groups.
Access information about your workspaceShow more
Trove will be able to access information about a workspace, including name, email domain, and icon.
View some URLs in messagesShow more
Trove will be able to view URLs to provide previews and other functionality.
Add link previews to messagesShow more
Trove will be able to add link previews for messages containing URLs.
Access information about your public channelsShow more
Trove will be able to access basic information about your public channels (including names, topics, purposes, and creation date).
Modify your public channelsShow more
Trove will be able to modify information about your public channels, including name and purpose, as well as archive and create new ones.
Access information about your private channelsShow more
Trove will be able to access basic information about your private channels (including names, topics, purposes, and creation date).
Modify your private channelsShow more
Trove will be able to modify information about your private channels, including name and purpose, as well as archive and create new ones.
Access your workspace’s profile informationShow more
Trove will be able to access profile information for all users on a workspace, including names and contact information.
Add a bot user with the username @troveShow more
Trove 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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