Search for all workspace members, group chats, and channels and open them directly in your Slack app.
Open an overview of unread messages directly in your native Slack app.
Browse through unread messages within direct messages, channels and groups.
Set settings for how long you want to snooze notifications.
Let Slack decide automatically how to show your presence status or force it to be shown as offline.
Create New App
From an app manifest
Select a workspace to which you want to grant the extension access.
Copy and paste the following manifest:
Feel free to exclude permission scope groups - see comments - if you don't want to have the full experience of this extension.
display_information: name: Raycast - Slack oauth_config: scopes: user: # Command: Search & Unread Messages & Set Presence - users:read # Command: Search & Unread Messages - channels:read - groups:read - im:read - mpim:read # Command: Unread Messages - channels:history - groups:history - im:history - mpim:history # Command: Unread Messages (optional - needed for marking conversations as read) - channels:write - groups:write - im:write - mpim:write # Command: Set Presence - users:write # Command: Set Snooze - dnd:read - dnd:write settings: org_deploy_enabled: false socket_mode_enabled: false token_rotation_enabled: false
Confirm creation of app
Install to Workspace
Get your personal access token from
Features -> OAuth & Permissions (section
OAuth Tokens for Your Workspace).
Your personal access token will start with
After extension updates in which new features were introduced you might be kindly asked for validating the permission scopes of your Slack API Token. If they differ from those scopes that are mentioned in this README your action is required: To get the extension running again you need to update the permission scopes of your existing Slack API Token or create a completely new Token by following the instructions above.