Oracle Content and Experience gives you the ability to collaborate through conversations. Take a minute to learn how and where to find what you need.
Here’s what you see on your Conversations page when you get started:
|1||The navigation panel is where you can switch between features. The options you see on this panel depend on the user role you’ve been given. For example, only enterprise users will see options for Assets. Click Home to display a page that includes links to recent items, documentation, guided tours, and other helpful links.|
|2||The collaboration section provides access to your documents and conversations.|
|3||If you have administrative privileges, you’ll see options that let you set up system-wide options; integrate Oracle Content and Experience with other services; and configure repositories, localization policies, and other features related to digital asset management.|
|4||Click the show/hide icon to open or close the navigation panel.|
|5||The user area is where you can change your preferences or find the desktop and mobile apps. Click your user picture to change your defaults. If you have notifications from conversations, the flag will show the number of notifications.|
|6||Filter what you see to view only your favorites, any conversations you've muted, or only closed conversations.|
|7||Create a new conversation not associated with a document.|
|8||Sort your conversations list by when it was last updated, name, or by number of unread messages.
Click the view icon to display items in a compact view or an expanded view.
|9||Your conversations list shows the name of the conversation, when it was last updated, and who updated it last. Click next to a conversation to view the most recent message in the conversation.|
|10||The messages icon () shows that the conversation is new (meaning you haven't looked at it before) or the number of unread messages in the conversation.
The folder icon () shows that this conversation is associated with a document. Click the folder icon to open the associated document.
Click the favorite icon () to mark something as a favorite.