In this video, Phil Gold walks through some of the tools that are available during a chat. Learn how to attach files, perform some basic formatting to messages, and "@mention" people to call them out specifically in a conversation.
- [Instructor] Inside chats,…there are a few tools available to you…that can make your life a little easier.…The first thing you can do is attach a file.…Just click the attachment icon and select the file…as you normally would.…There's a Sample document right there.…A thumbnail image will get added to the thread…and we can talk more about what to do with files…in an upcoming video.…Now, if you need to,…you can add a little bit of formatting and styling…to your otherwise very plain text in messages.…
If you click the markdown icon,…it'll open up a window which describes the formatting…for different styles that you can use.…It's a little bit strange,…but what you can do is, for instance,…if we wanted to do a bold text,…what we would put in would be two asterisks…and then important, and two asterisks,…and this should give us bold text right there.…
You can do a few things. You might wanna experiment with it…because it can be useful.…Now, if you've got more than one person…in your conversation,…you can @mention people.…
- 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
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2. Communicating with People
4. Organizing and Connecting
5. Spark on Mobile
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