The best way to start using HeyTaco! is for a few people to start sending tacos. When someone receives a taco, HeyTaco! will message them to let them know who he is and how to send tacos. You can read more about how one of our customers started using HeyTaco! here: IdeaScale and the Golden Taco
The person that adds HeyTaco! to their Slack is made the HeyTaco! admin. The admin can add more admins by visiting the user management page. If by chance your team doesn't have an admin or the admin can't be found, then let us know by sending an email to [email protected].
HeyTaco! admins can remove people by visiting the user management page and clicking the x on the right side.
If you notice HeyTaco! shows as away and his green dot isn't lit by his username, you'll need to re-add him. If this doesn't work, please send us an email at [email protected].
To reset your team's taco balances your admin will need to log in to the HeyTaco! website and goto your team's settings page. Your admin is usually the person who added HeyTaco! to your Slack team. If you're having a hard time figuring out who it is, please send us an email at [email protected]
If someone isn't following the Principles of the Taco Economy or rules you've set; you can lock their accounts. Locking an account will prevent someone from sending tacos, but they'll still be able to receive tacos. This can be a good way to regulate your taco economy. HeyTaco! admins can lock accounts on the users page.
The first thing to check is that HeyTaco! is in the channel you're trying to send a taco in. In Slack, type /invite @heytaco in the channel to see if he's present. Below are examples of how to give someone a taco:
Really appreciate your positivity, it's spreading 😊. @samantha
@john @cheryl thank you for picking up lunch!
If that doesn't work you're probably out of tacos and can check by direct messaging HeyTaco! the word 'tacos'.
If you want to remove HeyTaco! from your Slack you can do so by visiting your integrations page. If you would like to remove your team's information from the HeyTaco! website, then please email [email protected] with a removal request.