Ever wonder if the person you sent a file to via email, actually read the document? Would you like to get instant feedback without cluttering your email inbox with short and time consuming notes? If you want to filter conversations and documents by using a particular topic, then Kabuto is the tool for you to use.Kabuto’s “Activity Feed” is a bulletin of conversation that occurs within a workspace. Regardless of permissions, all users have the same ability to view, post, and comment on content in the feed.
Hash tags are user generated tags, that link to a list of conversations that contain the selected tag. The Kabuto feed supports the use of hash tag functionality in both posts and comments.
Creating a Hash Tag
Any alphanumeric collection of text that appends the ‘#’ mark will automatically generate a hash tag. Clicking a tag will open a modal that displays any matching post or comments from across your workspaces.
@Mentions make it simple to have a back-and-forth conversation between the workspace's users. To initiate an @mention, type the '@' symbol in the 'Post' or 'Comment' box to trigger a type-ahead drop down displaying the workspace's participants.
When a user’s name is selected, it will automatically render as a hyperlink, and send a notification to the mentioned user, alerting them of the post.
In addition to @mention of a username, Kabuto supports @mention of any file within a workspace. Mentioning a file will trigger a notification to all followers of the document.
You can 'Follow' a document to subscribe to receive updates when a file is edited, viewed, or downloaded. When you email files, you don't have any insight into whom or when it's consumed.
Deleting a Comment or Post
At any time, the author of a post or comment can permanently delete their contribution by clicking the drop down icon that appears at the top-right side of the conversation, and selecting “Delete Post”.
Liking a Post
To Like a post, click the ‘Like’ link below the respective post. This is a quicker and more efficient way to show approval or acknowledgment of a document. Clicking the ‘Unlike’ link will retract the Like.
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