- Create a Slack app if you don't already have one, or select an existing app you've created.
- Click the OAuth & Permissions tab in the left sidebar.
- Below Bot Token Scopes, select the
channels:readscopes. Then click Add an OAuth Scope.
- Scroll to the top of the page, and click on Install to workspace.
- You should see the "View basic information about public channels in your workspace", "Send Message as ..." and "Send messages to channels ... isn't a member of" as the permission, then click allow.
- You can then see you token, in the form of
The slack token which you obtained before should be used as
You also need to set
NOTIFY_ADMINS=slack for the Slack notification to be active.
By default, the notification are sent to the
general channel on slack. If you need another channel, you can specify it, for instance with
- NOTIFY_ADMINS=slack - NOTIFY_SLACK_CHAN=general - NOTIFY_SLACK_TOKEN=xoxb-....
If all goes fine, you should be able to see the following message on your Slack notification channel:
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In order to integrate notifications about any comment on your sites with remark42 with telegram
- Make a channel and add it to remark42 configuration as
- Get a token according to the instruction below and add it to the configuration as well
In order to get token "just talk to BotFather". All you need is to send
/newbot command, and choose the name for your bot (it must end in
bot). This is it, you got a token which you'll need to write down into remark42 configuration as
Example of such a "talk":
Umputun: /newbot BotFather: Alright, a new bot. How are we going to call it? Please choose a name for your bot. Umputun: example_comments BotFather: Good. Now let's choose a username for your bot. It must end in `bot`. Like this, for example: TetrisBot or tetris_bot. Umputun: example_comments_bot BotFather: Done! Congratulations on your new bot. You will find it at t.me/example_comments_bot. You can now add a description, about section and profile picture for your bot, see /help for a list of commands. By the way, when you've finished creating your cool bot, ping our Bot Support if you want a better username for it. Just make sure the bot is fully operational before you do this. Use this token to access the HTTP API: 12345678:xy778Iltzsdr45tg For a description of the Bot API, see this page: https://core.telegram.org/bots/api