Which commands can I use with Slack

/sendtask [task_title] – Create a new task for yourself.

Ex. /sendtask Buy milk on the way home
This will create a task titled “Buy milk on the way home” which will appear in your to-do list when you view it in the Sendtask app or in Slack. The task will automatically be assigned to you.

/sendtask [task_title] [due_date] – Create a new task for yourself with a due date.

Ex. /sendtask Buy milk on the way home tomorrow

/sendtask [task_title] [due_date] [assignee] – Create and assign a new task with a due date to someone else.

Ex. /sendtask Buy milk on the way home tomorrow @Jason
Note: The assignee can be @name (if they’re on your slack team) or email address

/sendtask [task_title] [due_date] [assignee] [follower 1] [follower 2] [follower n] – Create and assign a new task with a due date to someone else and add an additional follower.
Ex. /sendtask Buy milk on the way home tomorrow @Jason bart.simpson@springfield.com
Note: The assignee and followers could be @name (if they’re on your Slack team) or email address

/sendtasks – Show a list of all your tasks that are due today, tomorrow or are overdue.

/sendtasks complete – Show a list of all your completed tasks.

/sendtasks incomplete – Show a list of all your incomplete tasks.

Note: There is a limit of 100 tasks to be shown in Slack, ordered by due date.

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