Getting Started - Connect your Discord server
Dots Discord Bots
Send embed message
Edit Dots tags
Ask a question
Ask for email
Save user field
Tracking of responses
Saving and tagging messages in Dots
Adding Tags from Slack directly
Tracking private channels in Dots
Editing tags in Dots
Sending surveys to members
Finding analytics on specific channels
Sending Images and Documents in DMs and Channel Messages
Adding channels to exclude
Saving threads in Dots
Finding popular posts to copy for weekly emails
Segmenting by channel to send mass DMs, Survey
Create custom segments / views based on Tags
User settings for work hours, and notifications
See trigger status
Using Block Kit to post messages
Moderating content on Slack
Re-authorize your community
Allowing Admins to manage apps
Customizing app name for the workspace
Removing Dots Slack bot
Exporting data from automation flows
Save user field
To add this step to your bot, simply click on the
"Save user field"
block. If you can't find it, you can easily search for it using the search bar at the top of the editor.
Use this block to save one of the following fields:
You can use this data in other bots because it will be stored in our database. This is your opportunity to get to know more about your community members!
In the following section, you will learn how to find users by these field names.
Once selected, the settings will open in the right part of the editor:
Step name: name given to the block in the editor.
Field: select one of the following options Twitter, Email, Location, Name, Wallet Address, Referral Source
Pick a user response: select the field that contains the data you want to save, this comes from previous steps
Here is a possible use case where 1) New channel is created. 2) The twitter username is asked 3) username is stored in our