Feed: Finds RSS (Really Simple Syndication is a publishing format that websites use to easily distribute, or syndicate, content to a wide audience. You can add RSS feeds to an RSS reader to make finding news easier. Some RSS readers are web-based, while other readers are separate downloads that run on your computer.) or Atom feeds on a website for the terms you search for.
Hasfeed: Finds webpages that contain an RSS or Atom feed on a website for the terms you search for.
url: Checks whether the listed domain or web address is in the Bing index. Example: url:about.com
Manage your RSS feeds
There are a number of useful things you can do with the /feed command:
- Type /feed list to see all the RSS feeds added to a channel, along with their unique ID number
- Type /feed remove [ID number] to unsubscribe from a feed
- Type /feed help for a reminder of how to use /feed commands
To manage any feed you’ve added to your Slack workspace, regardless of channel, head to the RSS page in the App Directory and click Configure.
Source: Add RSS feeds to Slack
My main goals here are to relay the voice of the Evernote Community to our product and development teams, organize and curate the discussion forums to best enable users to find the information they’re looking for, and to do whatever I can to continuously improve the overall community experience.
Give every conversation a home (and a URL)
Team discussions provide your team and organization members a place to share information with each other. Gone are the days of having your issues cluttered with discussions or your pull requests flooded with lengthy conversations that aren’t related to your code changes. Team discussions give those conversations a home and a URL on GitHub, so they can be shared easily across the platform or saved to reference later.
Users take our technologies with them to bed. When they wake up, they check for notifications, tweets, and updates before saying “good morning” to their loved ones.
Slack is where work flows. It’s where the people you need, the information you share, and the tools you use come together to get things done.
Source: Where work happens