Our Slack integration allows you to create Instant Agenda meeting topics directly from Slack!
Before you can begin using the Instant Agenda integration with Slack, the Slack channel and an Instant Agenda meeting need to be connected. This must be done by an Instant Agenda meeting moderator following these instructions.
Once connected, two new commands become available in your Slack Channel: /meeting, and /addtopic.
The /meeting command shows you which Instant Agenda meeting is connected to your channel, and it provides a link to that meeting in Instant Agenda.
meeting connected to Slack
The /addTopic command allows you to create a topic in the connected Instant Agenda meeting. Just type /addTopic and then the content of your meeting topic. Once you hit Enter, you’ll get confirmation that the topic was added to the meeting. And, if you then go to the meeting, you’ll see that the topic has been added and attributed to your Slack user.
created meeting topic in Slack
meeting agenda with topic created in Slack
You can read all about the Slack integration usage, and how to configure it in our documentation.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to use the feedback button in the app. Also, we’re always happy to hear from you directly — just schedule a 15-minute call with us.

Rick Lansky

Co-Founder / Technical Lead at Instant Agenda
Rick Lansky has a varied history in both hardware and software. He began his career as a computational physicist working in the disk drive business. After many years, he awoke one day to the realization that life as a scientist in a commodity business can be challenging. He degaussed his career and made the leap to web-based software where he’s been happily solving customer problems ever since. He’s currently the co-founder and technical lead of Instant Agenda, a project within with the CA Accelerator.

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