Every channel has a Default Inbox where messages from that channel will go.
Here’s how you can easily update a channel’s Default Inbox from Other to Important.
Learn more about Default Inbox Settings
Click on the sidebar button at the very top of the Dispatch Title bar to toggle it open/closed. Or press [⌘⇧D].
Yes, you have a Rule that moves any thread you're mentioned in to the Important Inbox.
Yes, click on a group to expand it and see each individual thread. From there you can take action on one thread at a time.
Press Escape [Esc] to focus the Inbox and Return [⏎] to focus Slack.
Click and drag inboxes to reorder them.
Inboxes are pinned by default, which means they show up at the top of your inbox.
Turn on push notifications and troubleshoot macOS notification issues.
Turn notifications on or off for any inbox.
Navigate between inboxes with [Tab] and [Shift+Tab]
Hotkey to clear out all open threads in an inbox.
Update inboxes to customize Dispatch to your needs.
Rules are one of the most powerful features of Dispatch that let you use a comprehensive set of conditions to automatically triage messages as they come in.
These are the hotkeys to switch between inboxes.
Go to the Rules page to bulk update which #channel messages appear in which inboxes
When you’re on your phone, use Slack like the "mobile companion app" to Dispatch on the desktop.
getting a thread that's marked done back to your inbox
Want to see future replies to a thread that you’ve marked done? We call this “following” a thread.
A few tips to help manage your inbox: Group by Channel, Select All [⌘A], and more.
Rules are IF/THEN statements that you can use to automate your inbox triage.
The inbox that messages in channels will end up in a default inbox.
Move an message to a different inbox or move a ✔️Done message back to your Dispatch inbox.