Getting setup with Partyline is easy. Just follow our 4 steps below:
If you have any trouble, let us know at email@example.com or reach out to us on twitter @partyslack.
- Create a Slash Command.
- Configure it.
- Save it.
- Test it.
1. Create a Slash Command
- Create a new slash command for your team on your new slash command page.
- Name the command: /partyline.
- Click Add Slash Command Integration.
2. Configure it
- Enter this url: https://partyline.sprint.ly/api/slack in the input named URL.
- Set the Method to POST.
- Slack will generate a token for you to use, which will be in your Slack input named Token.
- Take this Slack generated token and add it to your list of tokens in the settings section of your account page. We'll wait here :)
- Ready? Ok now save the integration within Slack.
- !NOTE! You must do this next step for Partyline to work. !NOTE!
- Connect a Sprintly product or a GitHub repo to a Slack Channel on your Partyline account page.
3. Save it
- To finish, click Save Integration in your Slack.
4. Test it
Now you are ready to test the integration!
- Go to your connected channel in Slack.
- Type /partyline help and hit enter.
- If everything is set up correctly, you should see a list of available Partyline commands.
- If its not working, try running through Steps 1 & 2 again.
- If that doesn't work, hit us up on @partyslack.
- Party on!
- Why are there so many integration steps?
- Slack is currently overloaded with requests for 3rd party integrations.
- They are figuring out a system to make it easier for developers to make apps on Slack.
- In the meantime we can't provide a one button install for our integration, but thank you for working with us to get Patyline installed!
- If you have any integration difficulties let us know @partyslack.
- If you have invited people from outside your team to collaborate in your Slack channel, they will not be able to use any of your team's custom Slack slash commands. (incl. the Partyline custom slash command)
- This restriction is enforced by Slack