/raise <the issue you need to address>
Works in any Slack channel. The primary command creates a new, temporary channel where your team can address an issue. Mention specific @users to build a custom team. Issues raised in private channels invite all members by default.
/conclude <with a brief summary>
This final command closes an issue and archives the temporary channel. The conclusion is posted in the original channel to recap the issue for all members.
Redirects to the issue in Conclude's dashboard. This provides a platform to manage the issue at hand and review a log of your team's history using the feed.
/raise <replacement text for the issue>
Update your issue to make any adjustments or clarify the issue. This will replace text previously generated by the /raise command.
/concludebot invite @your @colleagues
Engage key team members to bring any issue to resolution quickly. Concludebot will notify these people of the issue so you can get to work.
/concludebot rename <raised issue>
Customize your channel with a name that best suits the issue at hand. This will replace the channel name Concludebot generates.
/concludebot set deadline <specify time>
Specify a deadline for your issue and Concludebot will remind your team of the deadline. You can also show or clear existing deadlines with Concludebot.
Shows the available commands. The result is only visible to the user who typed the command.
Send a message to the current channel introducing Concludebot. Just type the command and we'll introduce ourself.
Send us a note right from Slack. We're always happy to hear how teams use Conclude and will be equally happy to address any issues with the product.