These days whether you’re a start-up or a big corporation, every business needs tools to communicate quickly and effectively among its members. Instant Messaging (IM) is flexible: you can maintain chat conversations with different people or you can participate in a group conference session. Your online colleagues can be in the same building or on another continent.
IM tools, like Slack, Microsoft Teams, Flock, Hangouts or Salesforce Chatter, provide organizations more than communication, becoming a collaborative tool with features like file sharing, calls or screen sharing; working as a HUB that helps you to maintain your organization connected so you can get things done.
But if you want to be a Data-Driven organization, you will need the data from the analysis in your favourite IM tool to build a closed loop from data to action and LLodi can help you with this. You can get this data manually or you can enjoy the possibilities of integration and let LLodi work for you.
LLodi can drive your digital transformation by providing a tool that can connect Qlik to REST APIs and get the most of Business Intelligence where you need it.
Because of that, we want to give you the guidelines to work in Slack within Qlik, set notifications and alerts and know how to get the most of the Slack API to build distinctive messages, more useful and effective. All this post will be collect in our blog under the tag “Slack Tips”.
Slack is a cloud-based set of proprietary team collaboration tools and services. The name is an acronym for “Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge”. Slack features include direct-messaging capabilities, document sharing, notifications and alerts, group chat and search.
Connect Qlik with Slack is really easy and we will help you to through the process. You can apply this guidelines to use other similar tools so pay attention although you don’t use Slack.
If you don’t have one yet, create your free LLodi account and join a Slack workspace, make your workflows smarter and save time of your team.