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Launch calendar with Slack summary

A look at what's launching this week.
Add launches information to the table below, and ask launch owners to update a project’s phase as it progresses through the pipeline. You can also update the available launch phases in .
Ready to update your team? Customize the Slack channel in the text box below, update the message template to be sent (here:). Click the send update button, or set up a to put your messages on autopilot.
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Launch date
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9/26/2022
2
SSO login
9/27/2022
JD
Joel Davis
🚀 Launched!
Open
Mobile redesign
9/29/2022
JD
Joel Davis
👨🏻‍🚀 Ready to Launch
Open
10/3/2022
1
Coda integration beta
10/5/2022
PR
Polly Rose
🛠 Execution
Open
10/31/2022
1
New feature launch
11/2/2022
PR
Polly Rose
🎨 Design
Open
11/7/2022
1
New landing page
11/7/2022
AC
Alan Chowansky
🎨 Design
Open
12/12/2022
1
Community forum relaunch
12/14/2022
👀 Discovery
Open
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Edit your channel message in the template column below. Note that grayed out columns are helper formulas and cannot be manually edited.
💡 Tip: This table uses the formula to generate the Slack message (message content column) that you’ll send every week. Format() takes a given text template and substitutes variables (a bit like a mail merge). Once you format your message, use the three dots next to this table to drag it to another page.
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Slack message
Happy Monday, {1}! Here’s what’s launching this week:
{2}
Let the team know if you have any questions!
* Mobile redesign
* SSO login
Happy Monday, ! Here’s what’s launching this week:
* Mobile redesign
* SSO login
Let the team know if you have any questions!
9/26/2022
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