You can configure the channels that Ariv has access to (/ariv-configure-channel) , as well as setup how you want to award “Karma” points for useful knowledge nuggets from team members (/ariv-karma-configure). These configurations affect all users in the workspace.
Once that's up and running, feel free to add some topics of interest (/ariv-interest-add) and schedule when you want to receive your daily digest (/ariv-notification-cycle). This setup is just for you, every user can set up their own preferences for interest and digest frequency.
Yes, at the moment Ariv for Slack is available in Beta. We will be rolling out Ariv for Microsoft Teams soon, if you are interested please register on the ariv site for access to Ariv for MS Teams.
This feature is currently available in the form of a CSV file import for question answer pairs, we are working on a more robust integration with other knowledge bases and other sources of knowledge. If you want a specific integration with your Wiki or Knowledge base, please contact the ariv support team and we’ll try to fast track development for that integration - email@example.com.
While Ariv is in Beta, it will be completely free of charge. We just started to test ariv.ai and need more feedback to make Ariv really a helpful assistant for team communication. Early adopters will be assured of a significant discount on the Ariv pricing, once we go into general availability. For now, go ahead install Ariv and let us know what you think.
For now ariv can only work in the workspace that it is installed in, we are looking into the best way to bring an integrated experience for users across workspaces and will keep our users posted on developments for this.
Yes the workspace admin and/or owner or the user who installs ariv can choose what channels Ariv will monitor. By default all public channels are connected to ariv at the time of installation. Ariv only reads messages from public channels, private channels and group chats are not accessible.