Share daily dashboard screenshots with your team on Slack

Geckoboard Snapshots for Slack allows you to schedule a daily dashboard screenshot to your chosen Slack channel – ideal for remote team members.

Connecting the Share to Slack app to a public channel

To schedule a dashboard snapshot on a public Slack channel, follow these steps:

Before you start

If you connected Geckoboard with Slack before 2nd June 2020, you'll first need to disconnect.

This will remove any scheduled posts you've set up so far, and you'll need to recreate them after reconnecting.

  1. While logged into Geckoboard, navigate to the dashboard you wish to share periodically in Slack.
  2. On the navigation menu, Click Share.share panel
  3. In the Share panel, click the Slack tab. You might have to refresh the page if the tab appears empty at first.share panel
  4. If you haven't already, create a sharing link for the dashboard. Our Slack app will use this link for the snapshots of the dashboard.


    Share links are hash URLs which makes them unique and impossible to guess. Additionally, we block search engines from accessing share links on Geckoboard.

  5. To connect your Slack workspace, click Connect.
  6. Select a Channel and a Daily schedule time for the snapshot.share panel
  7. To finish, click Create.

Additional steps when connecting to a private channel

When scheduling a dashboard snapshot on a private Slack channel, follow these additional steps:

  1. Once connected to Slack, go to the private channel that you want to post to. Type /invite @Geckoboard to invite the Geckoboard app to the channel.
  2. Return to Geckoboard and refresh the page. Then select the private Channel and a Daily schedule time for the snapshot as normal.share panel
  3. To finish, click Create.

Disconnecting the Share to Slack app


Disconnecting the app will delete all screenshots taken by it. This means previous Slack posts from Geckoboard will show a broken image.

To disconnect Geckoboard Snapshots for Slack, follow these steps:

  1. From your desktop version of Slack, click the Apps gallery in the left-hand menu.
  2. Click the gear icon in the top right. From the dropdown, select Manage Apps.
  3. Choose Apps from the list in the left-hand column.
  4. Find and select the Geckoboard app.
  5. Scroll down to Remove Application and select Remove App.
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