Create your personal Slack bot in 12 clicks.

Tired of people always asking for the same report? Love Python and want to share your data instantly trough Slack? Want to take Slack to the next level but tired of rigid and boring bots? Welcome to the first Python open Slackbot in the world!

Jeffrey Slackbot has all you need! Learn how to create your personal bot in 12 clicks!

1. Register in PyNoteBot.com (4 clicks)
2. Install the bot in your slack channel (2 clicks). His name is Jeffrey
3. Download one of our predefined bot tasks. (1 click)
Download Dilbert <- Click here
  • Download from Slack the Dilbert comic strip of the day. A new one every day!

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Download Global Warming task <- Click here
  • Will access the oldest daily temperatures data set in the world and will show you all daily temperatures from 1773 and projection to 2200.

Global warming needs advanced features to set up the task.Copy the following set up. And try: ej. temperatures from 1900 to 2200 once you upload it.

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Download Tarantino <- Click here
  • New Tarantino’s movie clip each time you request it.

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Download Pug <- Click here
  • Love Pugs? Get as many funny pug’s pictures as you want, every time you request it in your Slack channel.

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All these slackbot tasks can be edited in Ipython Notebook. If you don’t have it yet, get it from www.continuum.io . (Python 2.7)

4. Create a new task in PyNoteBot (1 click).

Write the name of the task (1 click), the message to trigger the command from your Slack channel (1 click) and upload the Ipython Notebook that you just downloaded (1 click) and save the task (1 click). Jeffrey will understand this message and send you back the output anytime you want.

Voila! Your new task is instantly available!

5. Find Jeffrey in your Slack channel

Type the message to trigger the task.

Ps. Inside PyNoteBot you will find plenty of advance features to automate any Ipython Notebook: users groups, help messages, live view statistics, encrypted variables, collaborators … Register Now!

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