This is the landing page for Readit, a macOS app to save links so you can return to them later.
You have the possibility to share with your co-workers or friends the best articles that you read. So, I’ve added a new feature, sharing in Slack. If you tap Slack’s icon, a new view will appear.
You can add your Slack team by clicking in the blue button. A new Safari view will appear with a Slack Button to start the login process.
After signing in, you can send any link to your coworkers or friends. Simply click again on the Slack’s button
And all of your teams and their respectively channels will appear. When you send a link through Readit, the next message will appear in Slack.
Then, all your coworkers can read this articles just clicking the button Read.
Besides, if you want to add more Slack accounts. You can add them just clicking on the settings icons.
Who do you can save your links? I’ve created a Safari Extension, so, when your are surfing internet you can save your article, story, link… just by clicking a button in your Safari Browser.
Data information is collected calling Slack endpoints. That’s why we need you to complete the Slack OAuth 2.0 authorization. We only get basic information to read channels, private groups and members information. This information is needed in order to get the names of the channels, groups or members of your workspace.
We don’t share your data in any server, your data is stored only in Readit, so it’s removed when you remove the slack team inside readit, do logout or remove the application. Also, we only store the team Id, team name and token. So, when we need all your channels we retrieve this information calling Slack endpoints. The information received is not cached or stored inside the application.
So, your data is used to display basic information inside Readit and to know where to send messages.
If you have any questions, you can contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org