- [Instructor] Whenever someone posts a message,…other people have an opportunity to read it…and then to react to it,…and we have lots of different choices…about how we might react to a particular message.…There's a personal reaction that I can add,…for example, I can just add a smiley face…to this as an emoji, thanks.…When I'm working with reactions,…there are some that people use a lot.…Smiling face, thumbs up, check, heart, watching this,…but there are other very specific reactions…if you're looking for example for an emoji of a car,…or if you're looking for an emoji of a pepper.…
Whatever it is that you want,…you can go search and see if you can find it.…As well as searching for them by category,…Activities, Travel & Places.…How about a food emoji?…Yeah, stuff that was left in the refrigerator,…I'm thinking that will work really well,…dropping an image of an eggplant.…My next choice is to start a thread…which is really a conversation back with Evelyn,…or with whoever posted.…If I start a thread, it'll open up in the side panel,…
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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