Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a post, part of Learning Slack.
- [Instructor] Messages are really meant to be brief.…If you find that you're writing or copying…and pasting paragraphs,…then it's a good time to switch…from a message to a post.…To create a post, simply go to the channel…where you wish to create the post,…click the plus on the input box and choose Post.…You can also create posts in the desktop app…for Windows or for the Mac…and posts are created in the Files areas.…Posts are a way to be able to create…and share entire documents.…
Note that it has Untitled here…and what I want to do…is put in a Reminder…on Non-Disclosure.…We've had some issues.…Press enter and I am in my text.…If you want to know more about posts,…you can say tell me more or I'll figure it out.…Since you're working with me,…we're just going to figure it out…and I have some text that I want to paste…that is copied directly out of our employment manual.…
Now I'm going to paste in the policy…and there we go.…Now, when I click in the paragraph…I have some choices about it.…Is it body text, is it a heading one,…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Identify how to login to Slack workspaces.
- Distinguish different types of Slack channels.
- Describe methods of setting your status.
- Explain uses of different types of channels and Slack communications.
- Choose the best way to communicate across the company.
- Describe where communications are stored in Slack.
- Explain the relationship between messaging and channels.
- Compare and contrast storage methods in Slack and storage apps.
- Identify workspace creation and configuration tasks.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Slack
2. Work with Messages
3. Work with Channels
4. More Communications
5. Add Apps to Slack
6. Search and Set Preferences
7. Create a New Workspace
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