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About

This old fashioned, home grown chatbot has been built with one purpose and one purpose only: channel specific responses. There is no AI to superpower your organisation or any other words that might buzz. Slack channels can begin to get unruly and force workers to waste their precious time answering the same questions or enforcing their channel eitquette. Well, no more. Channel Response Bot takes care of policing Slack for you. Responses can be set up using 3 methods:

  • Contains: When a message contains your trigger word, fire off a response
  • Missing: When a message is missing your trigger word, let them know it
  • Regex: When a message matches your regex pattern, snap back

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Contains

Replying when a word or phrase is present

crb-contains slash command input

Go to the channel you want to set up replies for and begin your command with "/crb-contains". Next add what phrase or word you want to trigger on. Finally, add the "--reply" flag and then write your response afterwards. See the results below

You can also end the command with --threaded to reply in thread

crb-contains slash command output


Missing

Replying when a word or phrase is not present
crb-missing slash command input

Go to the channel you want to set up replies for and begin your command with "/crb-missing". Next add the phrase or word you need to be in every message sent to a channel. Finally, add the "--reply" flag and then write your response afterwards. See the results below

You can also end the command with --threaded to reply in thread

crb-missing slash command output


Regex

Replying when a word or phrase matches your regex pattern
crb-regex slash command input

Go to the channel you want to set up replies for and begin your command with "/crb-regex". Next add the python compliant regex to match against messages in the channel. Finally, add the "--reply" flag and then write your response afterwards. See the results below

You can also end the command with --threaded to reply in thread

crb-regex slash command output


Rules

Viewing what rules are configured for the channel you're in
crb-rules slash command input

Go to the channel you want to view the rules of and run the command "/crb-rules".

crb-rules slash command output


Delete Rule

Deleting a rule that is no longer needed
crb-delete slash command input

Get the ID of the rule you want to delete by running "/crb-rules" and then run the command "/crb-delete" followed by the rule ID.

crb-delete slash command output


Pricing

For the currently open beta, Channel Response Bot is free

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