Microblogs - Features
- Share small bursts of information in threaded, context-rich discussions fit with social sharing culture.
- Include links or attachments and people to bring them into the conversation.
- Select a channel to choose who to share your update with.
Create a microblog post
By default, the text box to create a microblog post will say "Share a thought..." (Fig. 1.1)
(Fig. 1.1) Clicking in this field to create a microblog post will launch the WYSIWIG editor
This will launch the WYSIWIG Editor, where you can write your microblog post (Fig. 1.2)
(Fig. 1.2) Use the WYSIWIG editor to format your post
Click Share to post.
Reply to a microblog post
You can reply to a microblog post by pressing the Reply button (Fig. 1.3)
(Fig. 1.3) Reply to a microblog post
Type your reply into the WYSIWIG editor and press Reply (Fig. 1.4)
(Fig. 1.4) Compose a reply to the microblog post and share it
Type the here.before a user's name to resolve it, and them (Fig. 1.5) Read more about that
(Fig. 1.5) User will get an email notification every time they are
Target a channel
When posting a reply, click on the bottom where it says "Did you want to share this?"
This will pop-up a menu that lists the available channels to share the microblog post with. In this case, since the content is relevant to the sales department, the user has selected Sales Team (Fig. 1.6)
(Fig. 1.6) Sharing with Sales Team will create a #sales hashtag inside the microblog post
Edit or delete a microblog reply
Click the Action Button in the upper-right hand corner of the post to reveal the Edit and Delete options (Fig. 1.7)
(Fig. 1.7) Edit or delete a microblog post