"Basic information" includes channel name, topic and purpose. This does not allow us to read messages in public channels.
Hailey can be added to any channel (public or private) with the /invite slash command in Slack. When Hailey is added to a private channel, we can read the name, topic, and purpose of that channel.
Hailey can only read this basic information for private channels to which it has explicitly been added via /invite.
Hailey can view basic information about users in your workspace: names, timezones, job titles, and public avatar images.
While we have access to all the information above, we only store the names of users that are in channels of which Hailey is a member. This is required because Hailey mentions specific users in some of her messages.
❌ We cannot read employee email addresses.
Hailey can send messages to public channels or private channels to which she has been added.
That being said, Hailey only sends messages in public channels of which she is a member. By default, she'll send no more than one message to a channel per day.
ex. "#random", "#general"
We only store names and ID's for channels where the Hailey Slack bot has been installed.
ex. "John Smith"
We only store names of channel members for channels where Hailey has been installed.
Hailey mentions specific users in her prompts and "Guess Who?" mini-games. She needs to know who's in the channel to do this.
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