This guide explains how to disable debug logs for Slack. To disable debug logs for Slack, you must follow a few steps. First, you must open your Slack app and navigate to Settings > API Access. Next, click on API access for channels, teams, and direct messages on the left side. Finally, select the permissions you want to give for this app and click on Recipient.
Disable Slack debug logs using webhooks
To disable debug log files for Slack, you must first create a webhook. To do so, click on the “Create Webhook” button. When creating a webhook, be sure to select your bot user and channel ID.
Next, after you have created the webhook, you must copy the API Key from your app settings page. You will paste this into the "Webhook URL" field in your Slack connector. This must be done for both the source and destination endpoints in order for the call to be successful.
Finally, once your webhook is set up, go back to your app settings page and click on "Integrations." Then select "Slack" in the list of integrations and enter any applicable information such as access token or bot user name and channel ID that was previously created by setting up your webhook.
How to Disable Debug Logs in Slack
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Install and configure the Logs Browser Extension
This is a browser extension that logs all access to your Slack app. Just install it and you'll be able to view your logs in the web interface on your dashboard.
Published on: 10/10/2022 15:15:00 UTC
Last modified on: 10/11/2022 18:13:00 UTC