Welcome to Eletype for MS Teams! This article will cover the following topics:
- Installing Eletype to you MS Teams organization
- Adding Eletype to a specific Team
- Basic Commands
- Connecting a Provider
Install Eletype to your MS Teams org
The first thing you need to do is add the Eletype app to your MS Team organization. Click on Apps and the "Upload Custom App", like this:
Eletype will provide your organization with a manifest file called Eletype.zip, go ahead and upload it like this:
Question: What do I do if I don't see an "Upload a custom app" option?
If you don't see this option please contact your Microsoft IT administrator and ask them to install it for you.
Adding Eletype to a specific team
Now that the app is installed you are able to add the Eletype app to any team you want. First, create a new channel in your team. Here are some ideas:
Next, click on Apps and Select the Eletype App, like this:
And then add it to a Team, like this:
Finally, select a channel to get started, like this:
If everything went as planned you should see this:
Let's learn some basic commands
Eletype supports the following MS Teams commands:
@eletype add - Adds a new connection to Eletype. Use this to connect additional Google, Facebook or Bing accounts.
@eletype list - List all of your current connections.
@eletype move - move a connection(s) from one channel to another.
@eletype remove - remove a connection.
@eletype rule - create and view all custom rules.
@eletype mute - mute alerts and or rules
@eletype settings - access you're settings
Note: MS Teams is a little different than Slack. MS Teams does not support slash commands, everything is managed using the @eletype [command] interface
Adding a Provider connection to MS Teams
Eletype supports the following Provider connections: Google Ads, Facebook Marketing and Bing Ads.
In order to connect Eletype to your marketing commands, use the @eletype add command, like this:
This is a two step process:
1) Authorize - This will authorize Eletype to read campaign data from the marketing provider. After successfully authorizing you will see this message👇
2) Add - Now you can add one or many connections to a specific MS Teams channel, like this 👇
Click "Add" and then hang tight as we get things configured....
If the connection was configured correctly you will see an account overview, like this:
If this looks good you are all set!
Next we are going to cover two additional topics: