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Trying to figure out if this concept exists... really hoping it does. I want slack sections that would dynamically update based on a set of rules. Similar to how Google filters/labels work.
1) Section that would automatically show unread messages. They would be removed from this section when they become read. (I'm aware of the unread option that exists, I just don't like how it works)
2) Section that would show all unread messages from a specific person. For example, my boss sends messages to many different groups. So anytime a message comes from my boss, the group/channel would show up in this section and would be removed when the message is read.
3) Section that would show unread messages containing a specific phrase. Example: any conversation/group/channel with an unread message (from anyone) that says "urgent" would show up in this section.
I could go on...
thanks - joe
Slack has a few options to customize the sidebar, although not exactly like what you're thinking. I personally create channel groups, and change the notifications for important channels to make sure I'm notified on every message.
You can also suggest features to Slack here: https://halpers.slack.com/help/requests/new
Thanks, Andrew. I have a lot of customizations in my sidebar. This feature would allow me to navigate more effectively.
I'm not able to sign in to the link to make the suggestion. I am already signed into my slack account and workspaces (which it notes at the bottom). When I click the link to sign in with my google account, it brings me right back to the sign in page (basically, nothing happens). Any idea?