Announcing launch of Azure Pipelines app for Slack

Atin Bansal


I am excited to announce the availability of the Azure Pipelines app for Slack. If you use Slack, you can use the Azure Pipelines app for Slack to easily monitor the events for your pipelines. Set up and manage subscriptions for completed builds, releases, pending approvals and more from the app and get notifications for these events in your Slack channels.

For details, please take a look at the documentation here.

To install the app to your workspace, click here.

We plan to continue improving the app on a regular basis. Ability to take actions from the notifications (like Approve a deployment) is next on our list. Please give the app a try and send us your feedback using the /azpipelines feedback command in the app or on the Azure DevOps feedback portal

Atin Bansal
Atin Bansal

Program Manager, Azure DevOps

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Maoliang Ran 2019-04-12 00:12:53
I'm the organization owner. I found that if I connect my organization to the AAD, when I try to use the command /azpipelines subscribe [pipeline url] to subscribe a pipeline, I get the error: Configuration failed. Please make sure that the organization '<my organization name>' exists and that you have sufficient permissions. If I disconnect my organization to the AAD, I can successfully to subscribe the pipeline use the command /azpipelines subscribe [pipeline url]. Is this a correct behavior? We can subscribe the pipeline only when the organization does not connect to the AAD?
Anton Lisitsyn 2019-03-20 01:49:04
Thanks for producing more tools and integrations with Azure DevOps. That should significantly improve day-to-day work of many teams! I am wondering if the app is built using Microsoft Bot Framework? And if so, do you have plans to enable Skype channel? I found ALM Rangers DevOps bot for skype but looks like they stopped supporting it. Any other feedback or news about Skype integration will be highly appreciated!
Evan Ginsberg (US - Tax)
Evan Ginsberg (US - Tax) 2019-03-13 17:04:56
This is great, one thing I noticed is my Pull Request code review comments in DevOps GitHub do not post to Slack. I did not see a trigger option for this. Is that something on the roadmap?
Anthony Pugliese 2019-03-05 19:22:10
your release is a great start but it needs more. for those who want to setup service hooks still need project collection admin rights. using your app gets aroudn that somewhat, but when are you likely to release work item update or pull request update functionality?