Karma bot supports webhooks which allow you to assign karma by making outside API requests from your services.
P.S.: We enjoy using the Postman for testing such queries.
Try it within Karma bot Demo environment
Get on Karma bot Demo slack
Now, you're logged in as Guest. Keep that tab opened for now, please.
Open app.karmabot.chat/demo to login into Karma bot Demo admin panel.
Proceed to app.karmabot.chat/admin/options/api
When at API page, you will be able to generate the unique authentication token that looks like this:
User IDs for testing
You have logged in as Guest to karmabot-demo.slack.com earlier.
- Guest's user_id is U8960QXGX
To make it slightly more interesting here is another user_id from the Karma bot Demo team:
- John Romero: U88U9G4F5
- Margaret Hamilton: U8BUXAGCF
- Sid Meier: U8ASPM2JW
Channels for testing
Channel names are optional. They use plain text channel names rather than channel IDs.
- #apple: apple
Guest (user_id: U8960QXGX) got +1(score: 1, type: ++) karma from Karma bot in #apple (channel: apple) channel, which was set to auto-approval (approve: true).
The reason for this request was set to 'Testing'. All karma requests can be tracked and moderated at Karma page.
Updated on: 30/05/2022