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Slack Integration

Creating a Slack application

Navigate to the following Slack URL to create/configure a slack Application:

https://api.slack.com/apps

Click the Create New App button on the top right corner, and choose the “From scratch” option:

Give the App a name, and choose the desired workspace:

Click “Create App” to continue.

On the following page, configure the features/functionality of the App. Select the “Permissions” tab:

Scroll down to the “Scopes” section, and add the following permissions to the App:

Installing a Slack application to a Workspace

Navigate back to the top of the page, and Install the App to the desired Workspace:

Accept the permission request:

Make a note of the Bot User OAuth Token. It will be needed in the following steps:

Adding a Slack application to a Channel

Navigate to the Slack workspace. Click on the channel name to see the channel details. Choose the Integrations tab:

Scroll down and select “Add apps” to add the App to the Slack channel:

See the confirmation message in the Slack channel:

Configuring a Slack Actor in Fluency

Navigate to the Actions page from the Main menu:

In the Actors section of the page, click the button on the right side of the page to add a new Slack actor:

Enter a name and the Slack OAuth Token from above. Click “Test Connection”, and then click “Save”, to add the Slack actor.

Configuring a Slack API Configuration in Fluency

In the API Configuration section further down the page, click the button on the right side of the page to add a new Slack API:

Configure the Actor Name and choose the Slack Actor added above.

Click Save to add the API configuration.

Configuring a Behavior Action in Fluency

Navigate to the top of the page, to the Action section. Click the button on the right side of the page to add a new Action. Choose the Behavior(s) alerts to be exported, and select the Slack API added above in the Actions box:

Click Save to add the Behavior Action.\