We've got you — here are suggestions and templates to make it easy, whether you'd prefer to inform during install by our inform team functionality or after by Slack, by email, or both. Also, no worries if you don't get around to informing your team prior to using Allma for your first incident. 80% of customers simply add team members to an active incident and the team easily figures out how to use Allma on the fly since Allma guides your team through an incident.
Inform during Allma install
During our install flow, you can easily search for team members and send them a message via Slack that will inform them of Allma and how the tool works. We've pre-written a message for you, in case easiest, and you can always personalize it.
Inform via Slack
Real examples below, feel free to use!
Hey everyone! 👋 We've added Allma to Slack to collaborate on incidents. Allma brings everything related to incidents in Slack so we can resolve incidents faster and easily communicate. 🤓 You can learn more by typing /allma tutorial anywhere in our Slack workspace. 🏃🏾♀️ Jump into an active incident via Allma app home or via a link that Allma will push out to channels in our workspace.
@channel👋 Quick heads-up that we installed a Slack app named @allma to help us collaborate on incidents faster by making it clear who’s doing what and keeping everyone up-to-date with what is happening. Allma also plugs right into the tools and incident process we already use. 🤓 You can learn more by typing /allma tutorial anywhere in our Slack workspace. 🏃🏾♀️ Jump into an active incident via Allma app home or via a link that Allma will push out to channels in our workspace
Quick heads-up that we installed a Slack app named @allma to help us collaborate on incidents. Why should you care— 💬 It’s difficult to figure out where we should discuss an incident, or to find all of the various discussions that are occurring across a bunch of different channels, some private 🧙🏾♂️ Roles aren’t always clear. Can you count on that person who joined one of the pagerduty channels and lobbed a suggestion at you before going to lunch? What about handoff across timezones? 👩🏽💻 Context switching sucks, during the incident it's distracting to leave Slack to find our wiki with our incident process and playbooks 🗓 Creating a timeline for a post-incident review is a pain in the... 🤯
Inform via Email
Hi Team, reaching out as we’re beginning to use Allma for resolving incidents. Allma is a Slack app that will help us route and resolve our incidents faster by making it clear who’s doing what and keeping everyone up-to-date with what is happening. Allma also plugs right into the tools and incident process we already use. Why are we starting to use Allma? Tl;dr to make our lives easier. Having a tool that orchestrates our incident process for us will help us work together better and faster, rather than context switching between lengthy wiki’s, emails, and the rest of our tools. Everything related to an incident is communicated and automatically transcribed for us, creating a timeline that we can use after an incident to learn from what happened. Here are some of the things Allma can help us with: - Automatically communicating what is happening during the incident across our Slack workspace. - Providing clear direction on how to run the incident process smoothly. - Doing the manual work for us so we can focus on problem solving vs orchestrating. - Keeping track of what we’re learning and progress being made. - Bringing everything related to the incident into one place in Slack so we no longer have to jump around. - Focused and faster conversation leading to improved decision making. - Timeline generated for us so we no longer need to spend the next day preparing one and we can learn and get better. What is an incident? An incident is any event that disrupts our operations and is causing suboptimal outcomes. It can be a break, bug, a defect, a suboptimal aberration from normal operations. An incident can be an event on our systems, software, services, or applications. To get started— Just type /allma new to kick off an new incident workflow Check out Allma’s 1-minute tutorial by typing /allma tutorial anywhere in our Slack workspace Questions or feedback? If you have questions about our incident process, please post in [your relevant Slack channel] on Slack or send an email to [your email address here]. If you have general questions about Allma, you can always email their team at firstname.lastname@example.org (they’re friendly!). [Your name]