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Connect Paligo to Slack

To set up the Paligo to Slack integration, install the Paligo application in Slack.

  1. Make sure the prerequisites are in place.

  2. Select your profile name in the upper right corner to display a menu, and then select Settings.

  3. Select the Integrations tab, find the Slack section and then select Add.


    If Paligo has already been set up to connect to a workspace, you will only see a Change option (see Connect Paligo to a Different Slack Workspace.

  4. Select Add Paligo app to Slack.

    Slack integrations dialog. There is a button for adding the Paligo app to Slack, a checkbox for sending activity feed notifications to a Slack channel, and a field for Channel Name.

    The Paligo to Slack connection page appears.

    Paligo to Slack requesting connection page.


    Paligo detects the Slack workspaces that are available to you automatically (based on the email address of your Paligo user account). If you are a member of several workspaces, you can use the button in the top-right corner to choose which Slack workspace Paligo will connect to.

    An arrow pointing to a square icon with rounded corners. Next to the icon is the name of a workspace, in this case, Acme products.
  5. Select Allow.

  6. In Slack, select Apps (in the top section).

  7. Select the Paligo app from the Apps list.

    The Paligo app icon has the Paligo logo and the message "Get Paligo notification updates in Slack!"
  8. Paligo is added to the Apps section in the sidebar.

    Slack sidebar shown in close up. Apps is expanded to show a Paligo entry.

    You have now installed the Paligo app on the Slack workspace. Next, you can use Paligo to choose what channel will receive activity feed notifications and also what personal notifications you want to receive.

    Each different Paligo user will need to set their own personal notification preferences, and they can do this in My Settings. They do not need to install the Paligo app on the Slack workspace, as you have already done that.