`/discourse status` should only show the status for the current channel


(Dave McClure) #1

The /discourse status command currently lists the subscriptions for all channels.

But /discourse follow tag:foo only applies to the current channel.

As a Slack user, I don’t want to sift through a wall of text to look for the subscription status of my current channel. I just want to know what my current channel is watching.

I don’t think there needs to be a slack command to show the subscription status for all channels. Admins can always look at the plugin page to see the complete status.


(Vinoth Kannan) #2

Yes. You are right :thumbsup:. I will make PR for that.


(Dave McClure) #3

Thanks @vinothkannans!

I really appreciate all the work you are doing to improve this plugin.

I think this feature and this other one are the only two remaining before I start encouraging our users to go wild and manage their own subscriptions in their slack channels.


(Vinoth Kannan) #4

PR updated FIX: tags are missing in slack command status by vinothkannans · Pull Request #32 · discourse/discourse-slack-official · GitHub

Update: Now it is fixed in this commit.


(Dave McClure) #5

Confirmed this is now working great.


Slack command to un(watch|follow|mute) tag or category
(Jeff Atwood) #6