Send and read messages

In Pumble, you can join conversations in channels or you can communicate with someone via direct messages (DM). Write and send a new message To start writing new message in Pumble: Draft messages If you aren't ready to send your message yet, it will be saved as a draft and you can come back later […]

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Direct messages (personal and group)

Most conversations in Pumble do happen in channels, but direct messages (DMs) are useful for conversations which don't require an entire channel to be engaged in. Direct messages represent smaller conversations happening outside channels which can involve you and up to seven other team members. Accessing your DMs Inviting more people to a group DM […]

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Threads

You can start a thread from any message to organize discussions in your channels and/or direct messages (DMs). By using threads, you can easily discuss any topic in much more detail without having to add clutters to the main view of the conversation. This helps discussions much more easier to track. What to anticipate Threads […]

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Edit or delete messages

It's not uncommon to make mistakes when sending messages, which is why Pumble gives you the option to edit or delete messages you've already sent. Edit your message If you'd like to edit the message you've sent: Delete your message If you don't want to edit your message, but you want to delete it instead:

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Pin messages

It's possible to pin important messages to any conversation for an easy reference. Pinned items can be seen in the Details section and all members within the channel or direct message can access that information. How the pinning works Pin your messages to add them into the Pinned section within the conversation. Pin any files […]

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Use emoji & reactions

Using emoji reactions can be a super fast way to respond to messages in Pumble. They're fun and helpful at the same time and are great for getting the work done — one simple reaction often replaces the need for any additional follow-up messages. What to anticipate A user can add as many emoji reactions […]

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Unread messages

Viewing unread messages On the web app, you will see Mentions in your left sidebar or Unread. And in the top left, you will see if the message is in the DMs or Threads.  Click from Unreads or Mentions and it will take you directly to the unread message. If the message is in one of then Channels, the name of the Channel will […]

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