The only way to discover what a bot does is to enable it. Then after you discover you don't want it it's too late and it can't be removed. They just sit there and junk up my Teams interface.140 votes
Sorry for the delay on this update, folks. It slipped off my to-do list. Luckily, it looks like a lot of you have figured out that you can remove a bot through the team settings page. This deletes the bot from your team.
If you have any questions, just tweet me at @skprufo.
It would be great, if we can add Surveys/polls directly to a Team. Currently, we need to create them externally and post a link to this. If we can include it in the Team, it could be a new tab that users can open and take the Survey/Poll directly.360 votes
Hi again, a few of you emailed me that the previous instructions were not working, so here are two more ways you can add Polly.
1. Click on the ellipses of the Team name then click View team. In this window, click the tab that says “Bots.” Then click “Discover Bots” and find Polly.
2. Or just use the search bar in the left rail of your app. Write “Polly” and you should see the bot show up in the results in the auto-complete drop-down.
If you have any more questions, please feel free to tweet to me at www.twitter.com/skprufo or email at this address or just add to this thread
- whatever works for you. :)
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