The Water Cooler - Training

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While the default options for following content in the new communities apply to only people, places, or pieces of content, subscribing via RSS feeds allows for an easy way to subscribe ...

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The Preferences menu is your go-to place to change email notification settings and to update some site-wide preferences. To access your preferences, navigate to the drop down from your ...

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What's different in the new CA Communities? Find out!

Attachments
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Browsing People

There are several ways to find and browse through users on the CA Communities site. The easiest way to sort through CA Communities members, is to click on the Browse ...

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The option to create content appears in many places throughout the CA Communities. The first, and most obvious way, is to click on the "Create" drop down from the top banner that appears ...

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Projects are places that allow you to collect other CA Communities user’s content in a way that focuses their work along a schedule that works toward a specific goal. A project is a ...

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Homepage
The homepage for the CA Communities features a slider at the top of the page, which features important news and events taking place in the community and an overview in the ...

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It is important that you keep your profile up-to-date and accurate in order to get the most of your CA Communities experience. To do so, you will need to edit your profile.
 

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Follow

When finding a piece of content that you'd like to watch closely, one option is to follow that content. following content will either route its activity into your activity ...

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Groups

Groups are similar to communities, with the main difference being that groups are able to have varying levels of access. That means that a group can be set up to limit the ...