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Slack Integration

Would you like Slack to keep you informed about your day-to-day life in Factorial? Read this article and learn how to integrate Slack with Factorial.

🔺 The integration only shows absences from the same office.


What is Slack?

Slack is a messaging app for businesses that connects people to the information they need. By bringing people together to work as one unified team, Slack transforms the way organizations communicate. 

💡The advantages of using Factorial app in Slack 

The Factorial app in Slack allows you to receive a daily summary of what's happening in your company. You will also be able to clock in and out from Slack via some convenient slash commands.


Install Factorial in Slack

Install the new Factorial App with the button below! 

Add to Slack

⚠️ You will be asked to grant Factorial some permissions in order to perform actions in your Slack workspace. Rest assured that the permissions include only the minimum necessary to provide the required functionality.


Daily summary

Factorial will send a daily summary of your company's activity directly to the user.

daily summaryThis new version of the Factorial App is personal and will show the information related to each employee.

👀 For those who need to display the daily summary on a channel, we are preserving the old version.

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Clock-in and clock-out from Slack

To do this, there are 3 commands available: 

  1. Use the /clock_in hh:mm command to clock in at a certain time
  2. Use the /clock_out hh:mm command to clock out at a certain time
  3. Or use just /clock to clock in or clock out at the current time

❗Be aware that you can only:

  • Clock-in in the past
  • Clock-out when a shift is open in the past
  • Enter a valid time from 00:00 to 23.59


⏰ Clock reminder

Do you always forget to clock in and clock out? Let this integration help you! You can activate the clock reminder to send a private message to you at the selected time.

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"Whois" command

Are you tired that people don’t include a good description in their profile? Try the command  /whois @user to discover who are they in an easy way.


 

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