- On whose timeline does a message posted on [Open Chat] appear?
- It is displayed on the timeline of Users who are included in a range determined by; A) specified sharing area, B) mention designation, and C) topic.
Messages posted on [Open Chat] are not displayed in the [Timeline] of all Users. In order to effectively deliver it to the person you want to see the message, pay attention to the sharing scope and destination of the message.
Note that even the messages that are not displayed in your [Timeline] will be displayed in search results and so on. All posts on [Open Chat] are “open”, so you should be aware of that as well.
Messages posted in [Open chat] are displayed in the timeline of Users included in the items A, B and C.
A. Specified sharing range
You can select from a “Follower”, “Organizations to which you belong to + upper organizations to it”, or “(Unspecified)”, when posting a message.
If you select an Organization as a shared range, the message is also displayed on the timeline of Users who belong to subordinate Organizations. If you want to send a message to members of the same organization, specify “Organization to which you belong” and post.
In addition, if you select “(Unspecified)”, it will be displayed only on your own Timeline. (Normally, it will be used in conjunction with “B. Mention designation” and other Users will be able to see it in search results as well.)
B. Mention designation
By posting using “@Username” or “%Organization name”, you can explicitly nominate and post. It is used especially when there is a specific person or department to whom you want to convey the message. If "% Organization name" is specified, messages will be displayed not only for Users of the Organization but also for Users belonging to subordinate organizations.
The addressee designated by a mention can receive an email notification when there is a post addressed to them.
In [Open Chat], you can add “#topic” when posting a message. Posts with “#topics” are shared within the following scope.
- Followers of the Topic
- If the topic is a Process ID (“#p number”), the participant of the Process
- If the topic is App ID (ID of Process model) (“#m number”), the App manager