Duckbotnik will be asking you for some permissions to your Slack account. Here's why Duckbotnik needs it.
Upload and modify files as you
Free Slack teams have a 5GB limit on storage. Admins can delete files which have been uploaded to public channels, but can't see or delete any files uploaded into a direct message. In order to keep the Slack team free, Duckbotnik needs to have access to your files in order to delete old files automatically and keep the overall storage usage below 5GB.
Send messages as you
This is how commands like /clap, /secret, and /fingerguns work. Duckbotnik needs to be able to send messages as you in order to run those commands.
Access your team’s files, comments, and associated information
To clean up old files, Duckbotnik needs to be able to get the list of files you have uploaded to Slack.
To add Duckbotnik to your account, click the "Add to Slack" button.
If you need to log in to modify Duckbotnik settings, you can also do this by clicking the "Add to Slack" button and re-authorizing Duckbotnik for your team.