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Unreliably yes. Slack no longer provides a public API for streaming directly to a client. The company I am working at love to host presentations with comments floating around, I think it’d be cool to stream from Slack so I did it anyway in some rather hacky approach. So yes, it sort of works until it doesn’t.
In the text field where you should enter your instance’s hostname, enter your Slack workspace URL, such as “abcde.slack.com”.
You should see a web browser popping up. After logging in, select some Channels. All the messages in that channel will be displayed on screen.
Sometimes the Slack credentials expire, in that case TootRain should present the web browser for you to login again.
You can stream from the following sources:
Apart from choosing channels and thread when connecting the server, you can also press the Option button in the account view.
To specify a thread to stream from, enter an URL of Slack thread to the text field.
The URL can be found by copying from the timestamp link.