Here's an overview of all available commands:
/lunchorder start burger place 10m /lunchorder stop /lunchorder invite @alice @bob /lunchorder add cheeseburger /lunchorder clear
For questions, problems, bug reports, etc... write to email@example.com.
The app needs several permission scopes to function. Obviously the app needs to be able to set up a slash command and write messsages to users:
- Add commands (commands)
- Send messages as lunchorder (chat:write:bot)
Maybe not as obvious are these scopes:
- Access information about your channels (channels:read, groups:read)
- Access your team’s profile information (users:read)
They are used when you execute the
/lunchorder start command in a channel to first retreive a list of all users in that channel (channels:read, groups:read) and then to find out which of those users are currently online (users:read).
Data we access and store
We access and store only the data that is necessary to run this service (meaning the Lunchorder Slack App). In long-term storage that includes Slack team IDs, team names, user IDs, user names and everything that is sent to the app through the slash command, i.e. orders, places and order durations. For debugging purposes additional information might temporarily be saved in log files.
How we collect data
When you access this website your IP address will be logged in server access logs. No cookies are set, no analytics. All other data is collected from Slack and subject to the allowed permission scopes.
When we share your data
Except for Slack itself there are no partners or third parties with whom we share your data.
How we store your data
Your data is stored on a server located in Germany.
If you want to delete your data from our server contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.