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The Slack bridge installed by us is powered by
We previously used to install the mx-puppet-slack bridge.
Start a chat with
@slackbot:your-server.com. When it joins, type
help in the chat to see instructions.
Option 1: Password login
login-password firstname.lastname@example.org slack-team-domain.here your-password.here(e.g.,
login-password email@example.com example.slack.com superSecretPasswordto the bridge bot.
- Recent chats should now get portals automatically. Other chats will get portals as you receive messages.
Password login isn’t guaranteed to always be fully supported, but you can switch to token-based login at any time afterwards by following the instructions in the section below without signing out.
Option 2: Token login
- Open a slack workspace in a browser
- Open browser dev tools (chrome dev tools) and go to the Network tab
- Filter requests by type WS/WebSocket
xoxctoken as a parameter of one of the URLs
- Go to the dev tools Storage tab to get a list of cookies
dcookie and copy its contents
login-token your.xoxc-token your.d-cookieto the bridge bot
- After login using a token, all your joined channels will automatically be bridged into Matrix, but DMs will only appear once you receive messages in them.