Check Huddle Information and Top Priority Status with Slash Commands
Once your Align user profile is connected to Slack (see “Connect Your User Profile to Slack” section below), you can use three slash commands to check and update Huddle content, and to check your Top Priority status for the day.
For Huddle Content:
Typing one of these commands will return your What’s Up content, and all other members’ content, for the Huddles you belong to.
/dailyhuddle returns content for today’s occurrence of your Daily Huddles, and
/weeklyhuddle returns content for the next upcoming occurrence of your Weekly Huddles. If you don’t currently have What’s Up content for one of your Huddles, you can press the “Update” button and do your update directly in Slack.
You can also add some arguments to the slash commands to narrow down the content returned:
/dailyhuddle [Huddle Name] and
/weeklyhuddle [Huddle Name] will return content for all members, but just for that one Huddle.
/dailyhuddle me and
/weeklyhuddle me will return content across all your Huddles, but just your own content.
/dailyhuddle [Huddle Name] me and
/weeklyhuddle [Huddle Name] me will return just your content and just for the one Huddle.
For Top Priority Status:
Use this command to check the status of your Top Priority for today.
If today’s Top Priority isn’t complete, you’ll get a message like this:
/toppriority done (you can also use the keywords “complete”, “completed”, “finish” or “finished”) will mark it as complete and give you this message. You’ll also get this message if you use
/toppriority and today’s Top Priority is already complete.
You can also update your Top Priority for today by typing in a new description after the command. For example, typing this:
Will get you this message: