Auto-deploys do not happen automatically. You will need to come back and click the "Deploy" button again to get the latest bot. It will reset everything. Just follow all the steps again and you will be good!
Bot that alerts GroupMe, Slack, and Discord users about various things happening in their Yahoo Fantasy Football League.
Sends out messages at certain intervals: (All times are in UTC since it is not affected by DST. Will be sent at the correct times across timezones.)
Weekly UpdatesType Weekday Time Weekly Matchups Thursday 23:30 UTC Score Update Friday 03:55 UTC Score Update Sunday 17:00 UTC Score Update Sunday 20:00 UTC Score Update Monday 00:00 UTC Score Update Monday 03:55 UTC Close Score Update (matches within 15 pts)* Monday 23:30 UTC Weekly Standings Tuesday 16:30 UTC Score Update Tuesday 03:55 UTC
(* If set to show Close Score Update)
League Transaction Alerts
- COMMISH CHANGES
Deploy to Herokubutton at the top. It will auto-deploy the application to Heroku.
You will need a Yahoo Access Token, Client ID, and Client Secret for this bot to work.
On the website
In the app
(The following sections were taken from dtcarls/ff_bot as the steps are the exact same. They are tweaked a little bit.)
Go to www.groupme.com and sign up or login
If you don't have one for your league already, create a new "Group Chat"
Next we will setup the bot for GroupMe
Go to https://dev.groupme.com/session/new and login
Click "Create Bot"
Create your bot. GroupMe does a good job explaining what each thing is.
After you have created your bot you will see something similar to this. Click "Edit"
This page is important as you will need the "Bot ID" on this page.You can also send a test message with the text box to be sure it is connected to your chat room. Side note: If you use the bot id depicted in the page you will spam an empty chat room so not worth the effort
Go to https://slack.com/signin and sign in to the workspace the bot will be in
If you don't have one for your league already, create a new League Channel
Next we will setup the bot for Slack
Name the app, and choose the intended workspace from the dropdown.
Select the Incoming Webhooks section on the side.
Change the toggle from Off to On.
Select Add New Webhook to Workspace
In the Post to dropdown, select the channel you want to send messages to, then select Authorize.
This page is important as you will need the "Webhook URL" on this page.
Log into or create a discord account
Go to or create a discord server to receive messages in
Open the server settings
Go to Webhooks
Create a webhook, give it a name and pick which channel to receive messages in
Save the "Webhook URL" on this page