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Enhancing a message in Pulse

Suggest edit Updated on October 13, 2021

You can change the format or content of a message before you post the message in Pulse. By controlling the presentation of your message and the information that supports it, you can communicate more effectively with other users.

You can enhance a message by using the following techniques:

  • Formatting a message in Pulse

    You can use text formatting to change the look and feel of your message.

  • Uploading an attachment in Pulse

    You can upload attachments to the messages that you post. By controlling what type of information supports the text of your message, you can communicate more effectively with other users.

  • Adding links to a message in Pulse

    You can include inline information to the messages that you post to Pulse. By providing a link to a relevant image or resource, you add context to a conversation.

  • Adding a reference in Pulse

    You can reference a user, space, document, or case in a comment or post that you add to Pulse. By including a link in your message that opens a relevant user profile, user group, application document, or work item, you can add context to a conversation.

  • Tagging an existing message in Pulse

    You can tag a message in Pulse to associate it with similar messages. By categorizing messages, you can help users find information that is required to resolve a case.

  • Tagging a new message in Pulse

    You can tag a message in Pulse to associate it with similar messages. By categorizing messages, you can help users find the required information to resolve a case.

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