Chat Command: ^close
PivotCX Chat Command: ^close Close a conversation. This means that a conversation will no longer appear on the left-hand panel. How to Use Type ^close in the chat window followed by the spacebar. This will allow the conversation to immediately close.
How to Open a Conversation
There are multiple ways to go to a specific conversation to start chatting with a candidate: When you are viewing the Deliveries Tab, Messages Tab, Candidates Tab, or Conversation Tab, clicking on a Chat Bubble next to a contact's phone number or ...
Chat Command: ^opt-in and ^opt-out
Users can manually opt contacts out of a conversation as well as opt them back in if they were mistakenly opted out. Opting out a contact is useful when the contact does not want to receive messages but fails to send the necessary "Stop" message ...
Chat Command: ^unassign
PivotCX Chat Command: ^unassign Make a conversation unassigned. This will unassign all of the people who were originally assigned to the conversation. How To Use Type ^unassign in the chat window followed by the spacebar. A green box will appear ...
Chat Command: ^read
PivotCX Chat Command: ^read Mark a conversation as read. This will prompt the red dot on a conversation to go away. How to Use Type ^read in the chat window followed by the spacebar. A green box will appear displaying, "Marked read by [name]," with ...