Using @mention

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The @mention functionality allows you to link a person, place, or piece of content in the community. This can be used when collaborating to connect existing content and places or bringing in someone to the collaboration. 

 

When @mentioning a person, the user is sent a notification in their Inbox. Depending on the person’s preferences, there may also be an email notification. Additionally, @mentioning people in content where they are already participating will generate two notifications: one for the @mention, the other for the update to the content.

 

When @mentioning a place, it will be listed in the place’s activity stream.

 

Using @MentionsTo use @mention:

  1. For a piece of content, status update, or comment, type the @ symbol (or click the @ icon if it is available) and start typing a person’s name, the name of a place, or the piece of content you want to bring visibility to. A search dialog opens and suggests possible matches.

 

Tip: Use an underscore ( _ ) as a space to search for names or titles with multiple words. For example, @Wyatt_D would match the users with the first name Wyatt whose last names begin with D. Your choices will include documents, discussions, and places, as well as people. These are categorized in the listed choices. Keep typing to narrow the choices further.

 

  1. Select your correct match from the list, and the new link shows up in your content.
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