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About the Add to Slack button
The Add to Slack button makes it quick and easy to extend the features of your Slack team.
By simply clicking it, you can authorize an app, adding it to your team in a few simple steps.
What it does
The Add to Slack button can add:
Apps which extend Slack’s features.
Slash commands that interact with other services.
Bots which can automate tasks for your team
Where you can find it
You’ll find the Add to Slack button on services around the web.
A great place to get started is our Slack App Directory , which has links to dozens of apps which extend the features of Slack in all sorts of ways.
Keep in mind: The Add to Slack button is not an endorsement. Use it only if you trust the service, and understand the features you're adding.
Note for developers: If you'd like to offer an Add to Slack button with your service, visit the Slack API website for details about the Add to Slack button and slash commands .