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Many popular cloud-based applications and services offer web hooks that get triggered when events take place. Would like the ability to associate those web hooks with the creation of a chat message in Ryver. Ideally, Ryver would have built-in message formatting support for a bunch of popular services, rather than requiring custom implementation.
In your competitors application they allow you to setup their bot to auto-respond with custom responses to custom inputs.
bot: one.com | two.com | three.com
My team used that feature heavily, and it would be great if it could be mirrored here.
The ability to create new /commands which would be seamlessly incorporated with the built-in set. For example, you might set up a command with parameters that takes the form (say):
/trello [task name] @[person] +[tag]
which would invoke a web service (provided by the user) which in this case would create a trello task in a board related to the chat forum, and assign user and label.
It would be useful to be able to initiate outbound integrations manually in this way, as a complement to automatic integrations (webhooks), while being much easier to set up than scraping tools (hubot).
Perhaps there's a configuration page in Ryver that lets you define the URL and parameters for the web service, or perhaps it might work in a similar way to the Trello "powerup" function (very flexible, and worth a look on developers.trello.com).
A to-do list and personal reminders are a must for me. I use these two functions currently with Slack's in-house bot daily. It keeps everything i need to know in one central place. These two functions and the Google Drive integration are the only reasons I haven't fully switched over from Slack. Looking forward to growing with you!!
Hey guys..it would be awesome to have a dedicated task list within Ryver app itself. Currently even with setting up zapier to use something like Asana, doesn't work too well (frequently has issues of connecting). Having a built in task list would be awesome, so we can assign tasks to users within a team and see what's done and left to be done.
Would like to have an Outlook plugin that supports sharing an email to Ryver as a "Shared Email" Post, allowing my team to discuss the email in the comments section. It would work similarly to how the current Ryver Chrome Extension works with Gmail.
Please add integration with Switch Communications. I believe they use a Google Voice/Hangouts type of network.
They allow many advanced features like 3-way Voice calling, Call Forwarding, Group communications, etc. Please see their website for more details.
And then have a link to the hangout invitation added directly to the chat.
In slack I just type /hangout
In ryver you have to
I know you initially encourages this integration via Zapier. We're using this successfully for a few feeds, paying only the Basic monthly fee to Zapier. However, I'm looking to integrate feeds from a wiki that would require me to add several dozen more API definitions - that would increase our monthly fee within Zapier considerably.
Is there any way that Ryver can provide this integration directly - or is there an alternate service that would be less expensive to aggregate many RSS feeds - or is there some programming solution available through the Ryver Developer APIs?
Please help - thanks, *bg
I see [here](http://support.ryver.com/api-invite-users/) in the support document from March2016 that webhooks were 'coming soon'.
We've been able to use the Enrollment URL facility for a while; but it's probably time for us to start enhancing the user experience. If the advanced integration facilities are available (even in an early release mode), then we'd be a great community to experiment with and help refine it.
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