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Send Meeting Information to Slack Channels and via Private Messages

Maurice Schweitzer avatar
Written by Maurice Schweitzer
Updated over a week ago

With bliro's Slack integration, you can effortlessly share AI Notes, Action Items, and other meeting information with your team. This can be done through private messages or in Slack Channels.

Thereby you can keep everyone up to date and streamline communication around your meetings. Even if someone couldn't make it to the meeting.

Connect Slack to Bliro

  1. Visit the integrations settings on your bliro platform:

  2. Find the Slack Integration and Click "Connect".

  3. A new Pop-Up Window will open and you will be asked to enter your Slack Login information. Make sure your browser doesn't block pop-ups.

  4. After entering your Slack Login information, go back to your bliro platform. You will see visual feedback that you successfully added the integration.

Bliro will show that it is connected "โœ… Connected" to Slack accordingly.

Send AI Notes to Slack

After finishing your meeting, you can select the destination for your AI notes using the Wrap-Up Screen in the bliro desktop app.

You will find little icons above your AI summary. If you are connected your CRM System, the corresponding CRM logo will be color-coded.

If you want to send AI notes also to Slack, just click on the grey Slack Logo, choose the corresponding channel or private message and hit Send.

Sending the AI Notes to Slack via a private message to any particular person or channel, for instance, "bliro-shubham".

Bliro will send the AI Notes to right Slack channel or private message including meeting metadata (e.g. the meeting attendees)

Teach bliro your language

Now that we have learned how to automatically share AI notes and meeting insights via Slack, it is important to ensure that bliro accurately captures information, even when you use company-specific language or jargon. For more information, take a look at the next article: Teach New Words to Bliro.

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