Configuring your Slack integration in Sora

1. Create a new Slack App

You'll need to log in to your Slack account to create your app. By creating the app yourself you'll be able to control the name, logo, and feel of the interaction. This is your opportunity to customize the name of your slack bot, this will be the name seen by your employees when Sora sends them messages, so feel free to get creative.

Go to and click the Create New App button.

Give the app a name. The name of the app will be the name of the bot that messages employees. We named ours "People team"

Then select your company workspace from the dropdown and click Create App

2. Set Bot Token Scopes

Next, give your app the necessary permissions. In the side bar, under Features, click OAuth & Permissions. Now scroll until you see the Bots Token Scopes section. Add the following four scopes for your bot from the dropdown selector.

3. Install your app

Now look at the sidebar under Settings and click Install App. And then click the green Install App to Workplace button.

On the installation page, select the Slack channel you would like the bot to post to and click Allow.

You should now be on the Installed App Settings page.

The Bot User OAuth Access Token will be your Auth Key in Sora.

And the Webhook URL will be your Webhook Key.

4. Add Auth Key to Sora

Now navigate to the Slack integrations screen in Sora at, add your Auth Key and Webhook Key.

Then switch the toggle to Active and click Save.

You now have your very own Slack bot integrated with Sora!

5. Reach out to your Sora representative

For custom slack messages, reach out to your Sora account rep and let us know the slack integration is complete. We will turn on the Slack message integration type in your workflow management, allowing you to create a Slack message task in your workflows.