We use mostly LDAP group synced channels to control channel access via Active Directory.
Several of my team-members left “private channel 1” after the initial group sync, including me.
Now some of the team-members wants to re-join “private channel 1” asking for my help…, but I left the channel myself and now I’m not able to “invite” them.
One solution would be to contact someone who is still a member and ask for an invite.
Worst case scenario is that all the members are on vacation so no one can invite me or my colleague.
Or i cant remember the channel name making it impossible to know who I can ask.
I tried to remove the user from the AD group, run a LDAP sync, put the user back in the AD group and sync again. This only leads the MM user account to become disabled and enabled. They do not rejoin the private channel.
If I remove the AD group link from the channel, sync and link again everyone would automatically become members, but the chat log gets cluttered with “users x was removed…user x joined” making this a less desirable solution. I would also get questions from our security admin as to why I keep changing the membership in the private channels.
So the real question. Is there a way for my users to see which private channels they have access to by AD membership so they can leave and join at there own request. Just like we can with public channels?