Control your HourStack week directly from the Slack command line! Start and stop timers, create entries, get a list of today's entries, and get some stats without leaving Slack.
||Start a timer by name|
||–||Stops all timers|
||Creates a new entry|
||–||Lists all entries for today|
||–||Provides daily and weekly stats|
||–||Lists all the commands available|
* Optional arguments
Example Starting a Timer
Starts a timer on an existing entry named Design Review. The name of the entry is required.
/hourstack start Design Review
Example Creating an Entry
Creates a new entry named Visual Design with a 4 hour time allocation under the project Redesign with the label design. The time allocation, project, and label arguments are all optional. The name of the entry is required.
/hourstack start Visual Design 4h [Redesign] #design
Frequently Asked Questions
Each team member will need to have their own HourStack account and hook up their own integration with Slack. This is because our integration works as an external controller for only your week and therefore cannot receive commands from Slack team members who potentially don't have an HourStack account.
No, our native Slack integration is meant to be used as a way to instantly turn conversation into action without having to leave Slack. As this is the case, we don't currently allow for you to add entries to other days.
Since each team member will need to have their own HourStack account and hook up their own integration with Slack, you can only control your HourStack week from the Slack command line.