DailyBot can send reports to both public and private channels/rooms depending on the chat platform you're in.
- You must add @DailyBot to the private channel before using it. Type
@DailyBotand hit enter to add DailyBot to your channel.
- Once DailyBot is a member, proceed to configure it within your DailyBot check-in.
In case you don't see the channel in the list, please try removing DailyBot from that channel and inviting the bot again, the bot after invitation returns a message with a confirmation. Go to the website and reload the page to see the channel in the dropdown.
Using Microsoft Teams
DailyBot seamlessly operates in public channels within accessible teams, however, private channels are currently not being supported for reporting.
If your public channel doesn't show up in the list, please try removing and reinviting DailyBot to that channel. If you find any further issues, contact us and we'll help you.
Using Google Chat
Google Chat rooms (equivalent to channels) are private by default. To use DailyBot:
- Add DailyBot to a room.
- Refresh DailyBot's webpage to view the room in the list.
- If the channel isn't visible, remove and re-add DailyBot to refresh the configuration.
Discord allows you to look up both public and private channels when you're configuring your check-ins:
However If you're setting up reporting for private channels, keep in mind that tagging DailyBot (@DailyBot) won't automatically invite it. To ensure smooth reporting:
- Navigate to Edit channel.
- Select the Permissions tab.
- Under "Who can access this channel?" click Add members or roles.
- Check DailyBot under "Members."
- Click Done.
💡 Related reading: I'm having issues with my channel(s)
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