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Collaborating with development teams

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Improve and accelerate your project delivery by collaborating with development teams. When you post Pulse messages, you ensure that team members have up-to-date and relevant information about the features that they work on.

You can post general messages that users see in the Developer collaboration section, and comment on specific work items, such as stories and bugs in Agile Workbench. You can also filter, comment, and like messages.
  1. In the header of App Studio, choose the context for your message:

    • To post a general message, click the Toggle developer collaboration icon.
    • To comment on a work item, such as a user story, a bug, or a feedback item, click the Toggle Agile Workbench icon, and then in the list select an item that you want to discuss.
  2. In the Post text field, enter your message.

  3. Optional:

    To provide more information and context to your message, add an attachment:

    1. Below the text field, click the Add attachment icon.

    2. In the dialog box that appears, select a local file that you want to attach.

    3. Attach the file to the message by clicking Open.

  4. Optional:

    To emphasize specific information in your message, format your text by clicking the Formatting help icon, and then copying special characters into the message.

    You can write a part of your message in bold or italics.
  5. Optional:

    To provide only relevant information for the users, make your post visible only to specific users:

    1. Above the text field, click Post Private message .

    2. In the Add users field, enter or select IDs of the users that you want to be able to see the post.

    By default, everyone in the application can view posts.
  6. Click Post.


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