Effective Date Aug 3, 2019
What We Collect
Slack Picker stores your Slack workspace name, workspace Id, and an authorization token on installation that grants permission to read public and private channel members.
Slack Picker does not save any team member's email address and therefore will not contact you via email.
Confirm your identity - Picker uses this permission to verify your account in Slack.
Access information about your channels - Picker uses this permission to read the member Id's in the public channel where /pick was entered. The member Ids are used to randomly choose one member to complete the task. Member Id's are not saved.
Add slash commands - Picker uses this permission to allow the /pick slash command.
Access your workspace's profile information - Picker uses this permission to determine if channel members are online and are not a bot to determine eligibility to be picked.