Slack + Asana: the right way to ask, the best way to track
It’s probably getting hard to search Slack for all of the inbound requests you and your team are getting. That’s where @Vinyasa comes in. With infinitely customizable request forms, @Vinyasa gives every team in your workspace the tools to build sustainable workflows that fit their specific needs.
Bringing the best parts of email to Slack
BCC, scheduled delivery, drafts, & recipient groups
@Nightowl brings the best parts of email to Slack, allowing you to send a message to any number of users, groups, public channels and/or private channels. Messages can be scheduled for delivery once, or on a recurring basis. You can save draft messages, create custom recipient groups, and cancel/edit messages that are scheduled for delivery.
Reward coworkers with the props
@Proper fosters a collaborative environment by recognizing team members who answer questions and solve problems. For those who already contribute consistently, it brings visibility & recognition to their heroic efforts while motivating others to do the same. @Proper conforms to the emoji your team already uses to say “thank you” – people receiving help just react with the this emoji to reward the helper with props. Don’t like the Proper emoji? Your team can vote on the best option for showing gratitude.
Keep channels tidy
@Channitor is a helpful bot that reminds users to archive unused public channels. It can be configured in two ways: using all channels or selected channels. The all channels route adds all existing public channels. The selected channels route adds only channels selected during setup. New channels and unarchived channels will offer an option to invite @Channitor no matter which route you choose.
@Slate is a text-to-image (and text-to-ascii art) application that allows for digital graffiti in Slack.