More details about connectors

Updated 2 months ago by Floriane

When using MailClark, you'll often see the expression "connector" and you might wondering:
What does it mean exactly? 

In the MailClark World, a connector is an external communications account connected to a Slack channel. It can be:
- an email account (or a new mailclark.ai email address provided by MailClark.)
- a Gmail/Gsuite account
- a Facebook page
- a Twitter account
- a Google Group
- an Email Group 

Let's have an example:  

In your Slack workspace, you've connected:

1. your personal email address (jane@doe.me) to a private channel (#jane-emails)
2. your support team inbox (support@myapp.com) to a public channel (#external)
3. the Twitter account of your company (#external)
4. your company's Facebook page (#external)
5. the Facebook page of the non-profit organization you volunteer for (#nonprofit) 
6. an email group you've created for a group project (Project ABC) to a dedicated channel (#project-abc) 
7. your personal Twitter account (#jane-twitter) 

=> You have added 7 connectors to your Slack workspace.


Type settings in a DM with MailClark to access the list of all the connectors already added to your Slack workspace.

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