In this video, Phil Gold demonstrates how to set your presence in Spark. Learn how to signal to your team members when you're available or when you're not.
- [Male Instructor] I think that the desktop settings…are different enough…that we should take a quick look at them.…First of all, to get to your settings,…you'll need to click on your picture,…or your initials up here in the upper left…and to change your picture or display name,…click profile, from the dropdown that's there.…Picture looks a little better here.…Now, the operation is more or less the same…with the online version at this point,…and pretty self explanatory.…
Let's click settings.…Now, the dialog that opens there are four tabs.…We'll start with the general tab.…Here you'll get to select whether or not…you want Spark to start automatically…when you turn on your computer.…Now, if you've got the fully integrated system…I think this is a great idea.…If your organization is trying to boost usage…you'll be more likely to use the tool,…if it's already on.…The next choice is to use the spell checker.…Once again, I'd absolutely turn that on,…unless you are a much better speller then most 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
Download desktop app2m 46s
2. Communicating with People
4. Organizing and Connecting
5. Spark on Mobile
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