.slashdeploy.ymlfile under the root for your GitHub repository and SlashDeploy will pick up the changes.
checkswith any other services you use in your deployment pipeline. Remove
auto-deployconfiguration, if you want to disable auto-deployments for now. If you're enforcing GitHub Branch protection rules, you should probably use the same set of Require status checks.
.slashdeploy.ymlconfiguration file is in place, you can start operating the
/deploycommand, which brings you the first-hand experience to managing your deployments from Slack.
/deploycommand, you will be asked to authenticate with GitHub, so that SlashDeploy could create deployments on behalf of your GitHub account.