Learn how to start a text message conversation with one or more coworkers from the contacts list by using Work Chat. Also learn how to go back to older conversations and delete a conversation when it's no longer needed.
- [Instructor] Posting to a group is a great way…to share information with others via the News Feed,…but if you actually want to have a conversation…with one or more people?…In that case, you might consider using Work Chat.…That's what we're going to explore in this movie.…There's a couple of different ways to start…text messaging with someone.…One option is just to find them on your Contacts list…over here on the right hand side.…If you wanted to have a conversation…with any of these people, simply click their name…and a chat window opens up over here…on the screen that you're looking at.…
You can see the name of the person,…up at the top there are options here…to start a video call, a voice call,…there's your settings or options.…You can close this up at any time.…And the little plus sign allows you to add…additional people so you can have a conversation…amongst two, three, four, or more people…if you wanted to.…Down below your cursor's flashing waiting for you…to type in a message.…As soon as you start typing, a chat is going…
- What is Workplace?
- Creating and organizing groups
- Joining, leaving, or unfollowing groups
- Setting up multicompany groups
- Messaging coworkers
- Staying connected on a mobile device
- Conferencing with live video
- Sharing documents, pictures, and video
- Responding to shared items
- Creating events
Skill Level Beginner
Social Selling with Salesforcewith Christine V Pereira40m 38s Advanced
1. Get Started with Workplace
2. Work with People and Groups
3. Communicate with Workplace
4. Share and Collaborate
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