Slack Incoming Webhooks provide an easy way to post messages to Slack from a PubNub Function.
With Incoming Webhooks you can create notifications or alerts and even make them interactive. You can use Incoming Webhooks to send an alert when a user has paid, an error occurred, or if a service isn’t responding. You can also use Incoming Webhooks to ask if a user has permission for a resource with the ability to respond from Slack.
You'll need a Slack account and a workspace. Follow Slack's documentation for creating an Incoming Webhook. Configure the Incoming Webhook settings to your preferences. Replace
SLACK-WEBHOOK-URL-HERE with your Incoming Webhook URL and edit the message text to be whatever you want.
By default this function will make a "Hello World!" post to Slack each time it is executed. You can use any event type with this function.
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