Click here to create a Slack Integration. More instructions and information can be found on the Slack Integration page.
To incorporate Slack messages into your Notebooks, you can use the "Slack message" block. This enables direct communication with your Slack channels from your PushMetrics workspace.
To enable Slack messaging within PushMetrics, establish a connection between the two platforms through either the Slack App or Webhook integration.
A) Slack App:
In the Slack block, specify the channel name ("#general"), channel ID (e.g., C01TVGG0H8C), or personal ID (e.g., #US14101US) to determine where the message will be executed in your Slack server.
To find a channel's ID:
To find a member's ID:
In Slack blocks, you can generate various types of files that serve as Slack "Attachments,”. Different blocks can produce different kinds of attachments for Slack. For instance, SQL blocks can create XLSX and CSV files, while Tableau exports generate PDF and PNG files.
Once you send the attachment, your designated channel will receive a message containing the attachment. The appearance of each attachment may vary, for example, it could be displayed as a CSV file or a Tableau export.
Edit text within the text editor menu, similar to any word editor.
Edit the JSON output of the Slack message using the JSON menu. You can use the Slack Block Kit Builder to customize Sections, Actions, Dividers, Images, Context, and Inputs.
Sending the Slack request will deliver the message to the designated channel, while previewing allows you to see how the Slack request would look without actually sending it.
PushMetrics supports Jinja in the Slack text editor, allowing dynamic content in messages. You can incorporate variables and results from SQL tables to create personalized and data-driven messages.