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UserEcho has Slack integration. I tried to use it to integrate with Ryver. Apparently the message syntax sent by UserEcho slack integration is not supported by Ryver. I have created slack webhook in Ryver and feed it to UserEcho and it did not work.
This is strange for me as you are also using UserEcho as customer support portal. Please revert with your comments
I would like to charge a fee to allow users accessing selected Forums or Private teams ... Sure, I can do it manually ... and invite the person after he/she paid me by paypal ... But ... I'd like something automated .. maybe thru GoPaywall ? or similar ?
Ryver could instantly support a wide range of existing Slack integrations if it replicated the "channel" field a la the Slack API: https://api.slack.com/incoming-webhooks#customizations_for_custom_integrations (scroll down a few lines to the "Channel override" section).
In short, if "channel" is specified in the JSON for an incoming message, the room specified in the webhook URL would be overridden and the message would be directed to the appropriate room.
There are many existing Slack integrations that direct messages in this way, so by adding this field to the Ryver API, Ryver could instantly support all of these Slack integrations with no special setup required from users.
So I have a marketing idea in the end, but really its a functionality and efficiency thing too.
I wonder if it is possible to have an organization from another company in the organizations list.
What it would take is a browser like window in Ryver. I currently have 3 Ryver organizations.. a couple elsewhere.. leaving them nameless. So I see it as an attractive venture to have other 'circle shapes' here in the list which opens a browser in the main window. You would set the settings up for the organization as a url, then you simply go through the motions of that platform as if you had logged-in on the web. This way the information pipeline is not managed by Ryver, all Ryver has to do is make sure it has a working web browser.
Result: All 5 of my organizations in one platform in one list. Since Ryver is free, it may be a tool to help secure the new user that is on the fence due to having too many platforms between social/professional organizations.
I just found Timezone.io today and am experimenting with it in the context of a Hubot script (GitHub repo). I definitely see the appeal of exposing this detail to our community. I just don't like the idea of forcing them to register for a new service, simply to provide the detail that already exists inside Ryver.
It would be great to have bot actions to set the current timezone (for when we're traveling). It also would be great to have the bot action contextually get the current timezones for members - in the Direct Message, the Private Team, the Open Forum or the Organization.
How about a customizable slash command to fire up a WebRTC service like https://appear.in/? That would allow us to immediately fire up a group video conversation within our Ryver platform ...
PS - It would be great to allow our own settings in case we're using something different in the future. Again, As previously mentioned, we would be happy have those settings in EddyBot (similar to the Enrollment URL interface), so as to simplify the coding effort. After all, it's really only something we use once or twice in an Admin role ...
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