Evernote for Slack App Permissions

Evernote for Slack App Permissions

Evernote for Slack App Permissions

Evernote for Slack allows teams to seamlessly share important notes and save their ideas and conversations directly into Evernote—all without leaving Slack. Learn more >>

Evernote requires several permissions from your Slack account to perform various tasks, which are outlined when you authorize the connection between your Evernote and Slack accounts. Below are the detailed descriptions of permissions that are required.

Permission

Reason

@evernote bot

Allows the Evernote bot to send you occasional private messages—for example, to help you get started, to notify you of issues, or to ask for additional input.

Add slash commands

Allows us to install slash commands to help you perform various tasks.

Access your private channels, public channels, and direct messages

Allows us to access your message history in order to clip (save) messages into Evernote.

Access information about your private channels, public channels, and direct messages

Allows us to access metadata (e.g. title) to render note titles.

Send messages on your behalf

Allows us to post Evernote notes in Slack channels on your behalf when you explicitly tell us to.

Access the team’s emoji

Allows us to access your custom emoji list to render them properly when clipping messages into Evernote.

Access the team’s files, comments, and associated information

Allows us to download file attachments when clipping messages with attachments into Evernote.

View some URLs and add link previews in messages

Allows us to attach note previews to the note links you post in channels.

Access the team’s profile information

Allows us to know the team domain and construct permalinks to Slack messages.

Access your workspace’s profile information

Allows us to access public user and bot names in order to clip messages into Evernote.

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