In this video, Phil Gold shows you how to add people to a conversation that's in progress. Learn about adding internal or external participants to chats, and learn about some things to watch for.
- [Instructor] Okay, I have a strange one for you.…If you start a conversation…in Spark with just one person, that's it.…Surprisingly enough, you can't add anyone else.…Now, this seems like an odd oversight to me.…I mean, what if I'd been chatting with someone for awhile…about something and we decide we need to bring someone else…into the discussion?…You can't do it.…You have to start a new chat…with the other person added upfront.…You could cheat a little though.…You can copy the original conversation…or whatever points are pertinent and paste them…into the new one, however, it won't show timestamps…of when the original conversation was…and it won't show names.…
In this here, this was Henry's comment,…but there's absolutely nothing that tells me that…in this screen here.…You probably want to add a little bit…of context around this.…Now, if you have an existing conversation…with two or more people in it,…adding additional participants is really easy.…Up in the top, right of the window,…click the Quick Activities icon, the nine little dots,…
- Updating your profile and settings
- Chatting with people
- Sharing files in chats
- Starting calls
- Adding other people to calls and chats
- Adjusting permissions
- Adding spaces and teams
- Using the Spark mobile app
Skill Level Beginner
Making the most of Spark2m 17s
1. Getting Started with Spark
Download desktop app2m 46s
2. Communicating with People
4. Organizing and Connecting
5. Spark on Mobile
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