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.
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 ...
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: ^assign
Assign a team member or yourself to a conversation. This helps organize conversations and designate them to the corresponding team member(s). You can only assign conversations to a team member. If you would like to have someone outside your team be ...
Chat Command: ^transcript
PivotCX Chat Command: ^transcript Downloads a text file transcript of a conversation. Transcript files are perfect for attaching a conversation to an email or importing into documents. The ^transcript command lets you download the transcript of a ...