Adding members on Slack
Go to Organization (Settings > Members) to add new members to the organization as a whole, or go to the Teams (Settings > Teams) tab and open a specific team's members section to add them to that team. Use the text input to search for the user you want to invite to the organization or team.
About default teams
When users join your organization by themselves, i.e. using the Slack connect button, and the organization has the autojoin option ON, they'll automatically join to your current default team (you can change what your default team is in Teams).
Approving new users
If your organization is under a paid plan, you have the option of moderating new team members by disabling autojoin (Settings > Plan > Allow members to auto-join plan).
This way, org admins will get a notification on the web app (navbar) and by email when new users join.
Adding members on Google Chat
Google Chat has some specifics.
Users should first add the bot to their chat and send him a private message, then finish the signup process.
Adding members on Microsoft Teams
Users should add the bot to their team within the Microsoft Teams workspace, then they can either go to the Organization settings and open the Members section, or go to the Teams tab and open a specific team's members section to add the new users there.
Use the text input to search for the user you want to invite to the organization or team.
You can deactivate members at any time from the Settings > Members window.
When you deactivate a member, they won't be able to login to the web and DailyBot will stop interacting with them via chat.
You can reactivate the members at any moment and you won't lose any data.
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