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Deactivating a Slack account will automatically disable any
bot users a member has created. The affected bots will stop working for your workspace, but fear not! Another member can transfer ownership of the bot user by simply re-enabling it.
Tip: To re-enable a deactivated bot, a member must have permission to manage integrations. Reactivate a bot user
From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
Settings & administration from the menu, then click Manage apps to open the Slack App Directory. Click
Manage in the top right. Click
Custom integrations from the menu and then click Bots. Click the
pencil icon next to the bot user you want to reactivate. Under the
API token section, you’ll see an alert that says “The API token is only available to the integration owner”. Click
Enable in the top right, then OK to confirm. You'll now be the new owner of the bot user, and its API token will be regenerated. You'll need to update the bot's code to use this new token. Click
OK to reload the page and access the new API token. Update the token in any scripts or libraries used by this bot.
Tip: To re-enable a Hubot or Lita bot, look for them in the Apps section instead: my.slack.com/apps/manage.
Who can use this feature?