Comments can be added to any document, email, task or job, by any team member. These can be used to add any notes.
Comments also allow team members to collaborate on specific documents, emails and tasks. The names of one or more users are easily included in a comment so that an automatic email notification is sent to these referenced users depending on the users’ preference (refer to Email Notifications in Setting Defaults and AutoFile Defaults for your Own Login).
The history of all comments is stored and displays when the comments are opened.
When a Comment has been added to a document, it displays the Comment icon on the lists.
To display or add comments:
- In FYI, click on the relevant document, email, task or job in one of the lists.
The Comment tab displays at the side of the FYI Drawer.
This shows the number of comments already on that document, or displays "0" if there are no comments yet.
- Click the Comment tab on the side of the Drawer.
The Comment panel displays.
To add a Comment:
- Type your message in the Your Comment area at the bottom on the Comment panel. You can enter up to 1024 characters.
- To notify another user of the comment, type @ and a drop-down list of your users displays.
Type some of the letters of the user's name to display the full name of the person you want to send the comment to.
- When you select the person, the full name displays in square brackets as part of the text.
- You can add more than one name in the same way to reference and notify more than one team member.
- Click the Comment button to add the comment to the history and send email notifications to the referenced users.
- You can Edit or Delete a Comment if you have added it yourself.
If you have been mentioned in a comment, you will receive an email. You will also receive a notification in FYI in your Dashboard - Notifications.
Reading and Replying to Comments
- Select the document, email or task from any relevant list.
- Click the Comment tab in the Drawer.
- You can read any of the comments and add to these in the same way as above.