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Create Discussions Inside Content

Discussions inside of content help you communicate and share files with team members. Discussions are located on the right side of content.

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Create Discussions and Replies

To create a discussion, insert text or click Create New Discussion. To mention any of your team members, type then search or type their name. To attach any file, click CoSchedule_-_CoSchedule.png. After adding a comment, anyone that is contributing to content will receive a notification inside of CoSchedule. You can see who will be notified by hovering over Azure_Marketing_-_CoSchedule.png. When you're done editing your message, click Start Discussion.

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To reply to a discussion, click Reply. To react to any comment in a discussion, click Azure_Marketing_-_CoSchedule.png. To start a new discussion, click Start a New Discussion.

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Edit Discussions and Content Notifications

To edit or delete, hover over a comment. To edit your comment, click Screen_Shot_2017-10-19_at_5_05_22_PM.png. To delete a comment, click "X."

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You can turn off the notifications of a specific discussion thread or entire content. To turn off the notifications on a discussion thread, click Screen_Shot_2017-10-19_at_5_05_22_PM.png.

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To turn off notifications for all discussion threads inside of your current content. Go to the Collaborator section and click Screen_Shot_2017-10-19_at_5_05_22_PM.png by your name. 

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If you mute your notifications at the discussion or content level, you will only receive a notification if a teammate @mentions you in a comment.

Note: Too many notifications? Learn more about Managing Notification Preferences.

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