Slack has become one of the most popular communication apps used in businesses today. To the uninitiated, Slack is a digital workplace communication tool that connects you to people and tools you work with. 

What if we told you that you could do way more with your go-to-workplace app than just communicate?

We are excited to announce that both, Razorpay & RazorpayX now integrate with Slack.

Now you gain seamless control of RazorpayX Payouts directly on Slack–view recent payouts, accept/reject payouts, and check account balance.

Additionally, you get added control with simple Slack commands on the Razorpay Dashboard–subscribe to multiple notifications, create payment links and much more right from your Slack.

Say goodbye to switching between multiple tabs and windows. Experience banking on-the-go with our new Slack App.

How to get started?

To get started, visit the Slack App on our  App Store. Or click on Get started and follow the steps to connect your Slack workspace with your Razorpay and RazorpayX account.


Know your new Slack commands

Gain Seamless control of your Payouts on RazorpayX 

View Recent Payouts – /razorpay view payouts 

Approve/Reject Payouts- /razorpay view payouts

Check account Balance-  /razorpay view payouts

Get Added Control on Razorpay with Simple Slack Commands

Create Payment Links – /razorpay subscribe payment-page-paid

Subscribe to Multiple Notifications- /razorpay subscribe payment-downtimes

Receive payment alerts for, Payment Pages /razorpay subscribe payment-page-paid

So, what are you waiting for?

Eliminate the frustration of jumping from one tab to another and experience Smarter Banking On the Go


Go ahead & add our Slack Integration to your Slack workspace today! We hope it makes your workflow and your day more productive.

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    Alish Gill
    Author Alish Gill

    Alish is a writer at RazorpayX. Zoophilist. Coffee Addict. And now a FinTech enthusiast. When not writing, you'll find her taking a long walk (or run) with her dog or Netflixing.

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