🤖 Slash commands
Slash commands allow you to quickly access and use Allma features.
How do I use slash commands?
To use slash commands, simply type the command you want in your normal chat input, then hit enter. To kick off a new workflow, for example, try /allma new:
Which slash commands are available?
You can see all commands within Slack at any time by using
/allma help. All commands can also be seen below:
These commands can be executed from anywhere in your Slack workspace — from #general to a workflow channel. They always do the same thing.
/allma help— List all available slash commands.
/allma new [instance name]— Declare a new workflow instance and create a channel. (Optional) Any text, including spaces, after
newwill be used as the incident name.
/allma list— Display all active and inactive incidents.
“Workflow channel commands”
These commands only have utility within a workflow channel:
/allma status— Display information about the active incident.
/allma edit— Edit the active incident details.
/allma note [note text]— Add a timeline note for the active incident. (Optional) Any text, including spaces, after
notewill be used as the note.
/allma timeline— Display the timeline events for the active incident.
/allma resolve— Resolve the active incident.
/allma page— Page a service or user about the active incident.
/allma role— Change your role for the active incident.
/allma assign— Assign a person to a role for the active incident.
/allma here— See who's doing what.