TaskList is a task manager that keeps your team in sync.It's simple - Powered by 2 commands, /task and /list. :ok_hand: It's mobile - Works on every device. :iphone: No Accounts - No passwords, signups, or logins. :raised_hands:How it works:1) Use /task to create a task (you can tag @users and/or #tags).Example - /task london meeting 4pm next week @me @Blake #meetings2) Use /list to view tasks (you can view a @user or #tag).Example - /list/list @everyone/list #design Hint - Add public in message to post to entire channel.3) Use /tasklist for quick links / notification channel change / help & support.Channel #tasks will be created on installation as default notification channel. Remember to add teammates to the channel.
TaskList will ask to:
Access information about your public channelsShow more
TaskList will be able to access basic information about your public channels (including names, topics, purposes, creation date, and latest message).
Modify your public channelsShow more
TaskList will be able to modify information about your public channels, including name and purpose, as well as archive and create new ones.
Send messages as TaskListShow more
TaskList will be able to send messages to your workspace.
Access your profile and your workspace’s profile fieldsShow more
TaskList will be able to access your profile fields, as well as any data you’ve entered in them.
View email addresses of people on your workspaceShow more
TaskList will be able to view the email addresses of your Slack workspace’s members.
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
Access your workspace’s profile informationShow more
TaskList will be able to access profile information for all users on your workspace, including names and contact information.
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