You can perform special actions by entering "slash commands".
A Slash Command is a regular message that starts with a slash (
/), followed by one of the supported commands:
Closes the topic. Read more.
Adds the listed users to the current topic.
Removes the listed users from the current topic.
NOTE: You can also use this command to remove yourself from a topic that you no longer need to participate in.
Test command, responds with "Pong: your message"
Mark topic as "unread", placing it back into your Inbox, after marking it as read, or after adding a comment.
Mark topic as "read", removing it from your Inbox, placing it into your "Open topics" list.
Snooze a topic. Snoozed topics will automatically re-opened on the requested date/time.
/snooze 4 hourssnoozes for 4 hours from now
/snooze 1 weeksnoozes for 1 week from now
/snooze tomorrowsnoozes until midnight
/snooze 2020-06-08snoozes to a particular date
Immediately unsnooze a topic
Add a message that is off-topic, i.e. to specify something about the communication, usage, a specific case, etc
Updates the subject of the topic
Add a message to the topic without placing the topic into everybody's inbox. Use this when you want to add notes, messages, etc, without requesting other's attention to the topic
This command has not yet been implemented. Instead you should add a card to the engineering-docs project in Team. Include your proposed wiki content in the body of the Card and set its status to "backlog".
Activate live topic mode
Add a link in this topic to an external entity
Remove a link in this topic to an external entity
Assign a priority to a topic. Default priority is 3 (mid).
Priorities are intentionally course grained and not intended for full chronological sorting of work (use project planning tools this use-case instead).
Use this functionality to communicate priority to other participants in the topic between urgent (p1) and background (p5) topics (no rush).
You can use the following priority aliases:
Delete a message. See Deleting messages for more information.