Thank you for registering SREDbot for Slack!
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Bookmark this page for helpful information on how to install, use and support SREDbot for Slack.
You must create a #sred channel in your workspace before you can use SREDbot. SREDbot uses this to keep SR&ED related information and acts as a virtual "logbook" for SR&ED related activity for your end of year SR&ED claim processes. The screens below will help you create a #sred channel. You must be the administrator to add this channel.
To get started, you should see a direct message from sredbot.
In the #sred channel invite sredbot to the channel. This now allows sredbot to take control of the SR&ED conversations.
If you want to look through past work and tag it as SR&ED - here's what you can do:
- Invite sredbot to any number of channels as you want. sredbot can now work silently in the back to help document SR&ED issues.
If you want to see how SREDbot can help you document your work now - ask it to ..
Here are helpful SREDbot commands you can use:
/invite - You can /invite SREDbot to any group discussion and I will help and follow up with anything that sounds like it could be SR&ED eligible.
/sred assign - Assign a task for follow up or documentation with another team member. You can /sred assign @user 'SR&ED topic' if there is another person on your team responsible for this area.
For any support issues or feedback on SREDbot please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Updates and Known Issues
Release 1.0 - Release to market July 13, 2016.
Privacy & Security
SREDbot for Slack was developed by ENTAX Services Inc. ENTAX does not store your personal or Slack information. Use of this Slack app does not constitute a warranty or guarantee or the results or outcome of your SR&ED Claim.