Want to give an individual, a group, or the whole company a shoutout? Loop one of your co-workers into a conversation on your Check-in? Or maybe send a High Five to one of your teammates that is or isn't in 15Five? Look no further than our @mentions feature!
You can use @mentions throughout 15Five, including in Objectives comments, and High Fives. Start by typing @ in a comment field, and a text box should expand below to show you every person and group you can mention.
Mention an individual
To mention a teammate who is also using 15Five, type @ followed by the individual's name in 15Five.
Mention a group
Assuming that group mentions are enabled for your company, you can mention all the members of a 15Five group by typing @ followed by the group name. High Fives given to groups cannot be private.
If you are unable to mention a group, check with your account administrators to ensure the setting for group mentions is enabled.
Mention the entire company
To mention everyone in your entire company, use @all. High Fives given to all cannot be private.
If you are unable to mention @all, check with your account administrators to ensure the setting for mentioning all is enabled.
Give an external High Five
You can give a High Five to a person who doesn't have a 15Five account by @mentioning them by email. Simply type @ followed by the person's email address. When you submit the High Five, that person will be notified by email.
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