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Don’t see a shortcut that fits your workspace's needs? You can include custom slash commands as part of a Slack app created for your workspace.
Slack app commands
Slack app commands are slash commands that are part of a Slack app in the Directory. These commands usually trigger actions like posting a gif or adding something to your to-do list. Since these slash commands are built as part of an app, you can easily install them for your workspace as an internal integration.
💡 To learn more about Slack app commands, visit our API docs.
Note: Another way to use slash commands is as part of a legacy custom integration. Although, we recommend building your commands as part of a Slack app instead.
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