- Shows what Slack notifications look like (private or public)
- Explains how to connect Proxyclick to your Slack company account
Getting a private Slack notification when your visitor checks in
As a host, you receive a Slack notification when your visitor checks in. As you can see in the video below, hosts can also respond to the reception team via 1-click buttons. Of course, hosts can do this from their desktop or from their smartphone.
Display all check-ins and check-outs in a public channel
You can also create a public channel and display all check-ins and check-outs. To do that, just invite @proxyclick to the channel (in the example below the channel is #visitors).
Once done, all check-ins and check-outs will be visible to your colleagues.
Connecting Proxyclick to your Slack account
Go to the Marketplace and find the Slack integration.
This will prompt a screen from Slack asking you to sign-in (if not signed in yet) and to authorize access to your Slack account. Please hit “Authorize”.
Done. Your Slack integration is set up.