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Enable the ability to send messages in a space, the sender is not part of the space

Scenario :

Alice, Bob e Carl are in the space titled "ABC Space" and is used by them to pass on information.

David is not in this space but he wants to pass information to all three.

So, when a space is created, make it possible for this space to be visible to all accounts in the organization and then give David the ability to view "ABC Space" in the search in order to send messages.

David, in his account, will not see the messagge history of this space (because he does not belong to this space)

One of the three members of the group, Alice or Bob or Carl, can answer David in the space "ABC Space" with a mention for David.

Alice responds in space and her message is seen by Bob and Carl.

David sees Alice's response in the her "under space" "ABC Space"


Best Regards,

Andrea Lippa

VEM Sistemi



  • Andrea Lippa
  • Aug 25 2021
  • Need more info
  • Aug 27, 2021

    Admin response

    Hi,

    Can you provide more info on the use case you are trying to address?

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  • Andrea Lippa commented
    27 Aug, 2021 05:29pm

    Hello Admin,

    I would like to be able to post messages in a space that I am not part of it

    Example, in my company we are divided into departments

    Alice, Bob and Carl are in the network department

    David, Elise and Frank are in the collaboration department

    They use two spaces :

    1) "Network Space" with inside Alice, Bob and Carl

    2) "Collaboration Space" with inside David, Elise, Frank


    In this moment Alice or Bob or Carl cannot write in the "collaboration Space" and David or Elise or Frank cannot write in Network space because they are not part of it.

    But what if Alice wanted to write to David, Elise and Frank in one-shot?

    therefore, when a space is created, it is possible to give the possibility to receive messages from other users, if a user from this room answers Alice will only display his reply