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A bot is a lot like a regular member, except that it doesn’t interact with your workspace via the Slack app. Instead, a bot is controlled programmatically via a bot user token that can accesses one or more of Slack’s API methods.
When a member is deactivated, so are any bot users that member created. This will cause these bots to stop working for your workspace, but fear not! Another member can transfer ownership of the bot user by simply re-enabling it.