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Introducing Timy user access management for workspace admins

Timy- Slack: User access management for admins

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Today we are introducing a new feature to control individual Timy user access in your workspace. This will be only available for the workspace admins under Timy PRO plan.

As the admin of your Slack workspace sometimes you don't want some of your team members to post scheduled messages in your workspace. This may due to various reasons like you need them to be online at all times or you think they might be idling and post scheduled messages to show that they are working as intended.

That's why we are introducing this new feature for the workspace admins so they can choose which users in your workspace can use Timy to send scheduled messages.

If you're an admin you can enable this feature by going into the Timy preferences page.

Timy - Slack: Access control section

There is a new section called "Access Control" and this is only visible for the workspace admins.
You will find 4 options to choose from under this section.
  1. Allow all users - This will enable Timy for all team members and this is the default option. Your workspace will be automatically switched to this option whenever you workspace is downgraded to the Free plan.
  2. Block all users - This will block Timy for all team members including you and other admins.
  3. Allow all users except... - If you need to allow Timy for most of the team mates and disable for a limited number of people you can choose this option. In this option you'll only need to select the black listed people. 
  4. Block all users except... - If you need to block Timy for most of the team mates and allow for a limited number of people you can choose this option. In this option you'll only need to select the white listed people. 

If you block certain users from using Timy, they won't be able to schedule new messages and their existing scheduled messages won't be delivered as well.

We hope this feature will help admins to take control of the scheduled messages and if you have any concerns or suggestions please comment below or send them via

Happy Scheduling!


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