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Old 06-11-2015, 04:54 PM   #1
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How To Tag (Mention) Another Member


When you need to get the attention of another member in a thread, you can use our mention (tag) function to alert them.

Step 1
In your reply, simply add the at sign (@), immediately followed by their username, with no space.

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Step 2
Once you have clicked to submit the post, it will highlight the users name.

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Another option to mention someone is to simply highlight the username (after you type it in your message) and then click the icon that looks like a speaker. This is especially helpful when a username includes a space in it.

You can view mentions and quotes either on your profile or in the drop down notifications in the upper right hand corner of the community.

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Edit Options

You can edit your options for these alerts by going to your User CP and scrolling down to User Tagging > Settings in the left side navigation panel.

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