Verified Commit db7e5123 authored by Renato Alves's avatar Renato Alves 🌱

Rename name of channel to be consistent with screenshots

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We start with Slack!
First, decide in which channel the automated notifications should appear in. Either use an existing channel (public or private) or, as in my case, create a new repository-specific channel that exists only for the purpose of receiving automated notifications. For the following example, we call the channel `notifications_project1`.
First, decide in which channel the automated notifications should appear in. Either use an existing channel (public or private) or, as in my case, create a new repository-specific channel that exists only for the purpose of receiving automated notifications. For the following example, we call the channel `gitlab_integration`.
You then need to install a Slack App called [**Incoming WebHooks**][incoming-webhooks] in your workspace. Click **Add to Slack**
![](../../images/2020-09-10/upload_21e7c1dec6560f890bf91ea05ab57ce5.png)
and specify the Slack channel that shall be used for the integration (`notifications_project1`).
and specify the Slack channel that shall be used for the integration (`gitlab_integration`).
![](../../images/2020-09-10/upload_5c97693cb441f3587227256c05896559.png)
......@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ Now let's configure Gitlab!
Go to the landing page of the Gitlab repository you want to add the integration to, navigate to **Settings > Integrations > Slack notifications**.
Now, select all triggers you want to receive automated notifications for and enter the exact name of the Slack channel this should be sent to (here: `notifications_project1`). Lastly, paste the webhook URL from Slack in the **Webhook** field and select for an arbitrary name that should be displayed in Slack for incoming messages. I choose **automated_notifications** to make it clear this was a message that was automatically generated.
Now, select all triggers you want to receive automated notifications for and enter the exact name of the Slack channel this should be sent to (here: `gitlab_integration`). Lastly, paste the webhook URL from Slack in the **Webhook** field and select for an arbitrary name that should be displayed in Slack for incoming messages. I choose **automated_notifications** to make it clear this was a message that was automatically generated.
![](../../images/2020-09-10/upload_7ed746d7b3397c7a14fa2694fad7e0c7.png)
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