Like NPM you can create a private Op or a public Op depending on what you put in the ops.yml file. When you publish it to our platform, the container is pushed to the CTO.ai registry. If it’s public, it’s accessible to the world. If it’s private, it’s only accessible to those who you invite to teams that have the published Op added to them.

Once published, if you have used our SDK, Ops can also be run as Slack Ops. The same rules apply. Only users who have been invited to the team can run it, however, anyone in your Slack channel will be able see the workflow when you run it.

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