A shared channel invite was sent to a Slack user


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This event will fire if you use the conversations.inviteShared API call with the user_ids argument to invite a bot or an app to a Slack Connect channel. This will not fire if you invite a user via email.

  "type": "shared_channel_invite_received",
  "invite": {
    "id": "I028YDERZSQ",
    "date_created": 1626876000,
    "date_invalid": 1628085600,
    "inviting_team": {
      "id": "T12345678",
      "name": "Corgis",
      "icon": {...},
      "is_verified": false,
      "domain": "corgis",
      "date_created": 1480946400
    "inviting_user": {
      "id": "U12345678",
      "team_id": "T12345678",
      "name": "crus",
      "updated": 1608081902,
      "profile": {
        "real_name": "Corgis Rus",
        "display_name": "Corgis Rus",
        "real_name_normalized": "Corgis Rus",
        "display_name_normalized": "Corgis Rus",
        "team": "T12345678",
        "avatar_hash": "gcfh83a4c72k",
        "email": "",
        "image_24": "",
        "image_32": "",
        "image_48": "",
        "image_72": "",
        "image_192": "",
        "image_512": ""
    "recipient_user_id": "U87654321"
  "channel": {
    "id": "C12345678",
    "is_private": false,
    "is_im": false,
    "name": "test-slack-connect"
  "event_ts": "1626876010.000100"

When an event occurs, we will send an HTTP POST request to your Request URL. The outer payload is uniform across all Events API methods, and contains fields like team_id and event. Learn more