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Integrating Airtable with Slack is simple. Receive updates in a specified Slack channel whenever changes are made to an Airtable base, whenever changes are made to specific records in an Airtable base, or whenever changes are made in specific views in an Airtable base. Watch this instructional video to find out how.
You can create as many Slack notification "rules" as you'd like, so that different bases can post updates to different channels in Slack. For example, you may want changes in your "Applicant Tracking" base to notify your team in the "#recruiting" slack channel, while changes in your "Bugs" base are posted to your "#dev" channel.
To set up a new Slack notification rule, go to the base you want to receive notifications from and click "Slack notifications":
Or go to the Slack notifications page directly, where you can add a new notification rule or see all of the other rules that you've set up:
From here, you can create a new notification rule by clicking "Add a slack notification rule" or modify an existing notification rule.
In the notification rule configuration page, first select the base you'd like to post updates from, if it hasn't been set already. Next, choose the Slack channel that you'd like to post updates to.
You can also disable the rule to stop it from posting updates, send a test message to make sure that everything is working, and remove the integration altogether at the bottom of the box.
After configuring a rule, give it a try! Make some updates to the base that you selected in the rule, and watch Slack to see the updates appear.
💡 NOTE: In situations where a record enters a view NOT as the result of a user-initiated action (e.g. a view based on a filter tied to time), the slack notification for a view will NOT trigger. This has important implications for automated, time-based reminders.