Integrate CircleCI with Slack for Notifications.

version: 2.1orbs:
heroku: circleci/heroku@0.0.10
slack: circleci/slack@4.1
- image: circleci/node:10.16.3
working_directory: ~/search-yc-top-companies
- checkout
# install dependencies
- run:
name: Install Dependencies
command: npm install
- run:
name: Build
command: npm run build
- image: cimg/base:stable
- run: echo "Sending status"
- slack/notify:
event: fail
template: basic_fail_1
- slack/notify:
event: pass
template: success_tagged_deploy_1
- build
- heroku/deploy-via-git: # Use the pre-configured job, deploy-via-git
- build
only: master
- status:
- build
- heroku/deploy-via-git
  • Go to Slack Apps.
  • Click on Create New App and then From Scratch.
  • Give a name to your Slack app and select your workspace.
  • Select Bots in Add features and functionality .
  • Next, click on Review scopes to add and go to the Scopes section and under that Add permissions for your Bot Token Scopes.
  • Add chat:write , users:write permissions.
  • Now scroll up to section OAuth Tokens for Your Workspace and there you’ll see Bot User OAuth token, this we’ll be using as Access token so copy it.
  • After that go back to Basic Information under Settings on the left menu.
  • Install the App into your workspace.
  • Go to Project Settings and Click Environment Variables
  • Add SLACK_DEFAULT_TOKEN as name and access token as value.
  • Next, add SLACK_DEFAULT_CHANNEL as name and channel Id
  • Go back to the project and Run the Pipeline manually or trigger it by pushing a change to your Github repo.



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Pankaj Thakur

Pankaj Thakur

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