Huddle Discussions allow Users to have a conversation around a given topic. Discussions allow the give and take/back and forth that discussion boards are known for. Huddle participants can create new Discussions around a topic and then other Huddle Participants can reply. This organizes the conversation all in one place. Huddle Participants can also attach Artifacts and add links to a discussion post.
Who is this article for?
Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your administrator if you have permission.
Steps to accomplish the task:
In a Collaboration Huddle, the Owners and Members of the Huddle can all participate in Discussions. Viewers, however, are not permitted to create Huddle Discussions but can view and participate in existing ones.
In Coaching Huddles, both the Coach and Coachee can fully participate in Huddle Discussions.
*Discussions are not available in an Assessment Huddle.
When a Huddle Participant makes a discussion post, the other Huddle Participants will receive an email notification. Files can also be attached to discussion threads. Admins can edit or delete any discussion topic or comment in the Huddle, but Members can only delete comments or discussion topics that they have created.
Creating Huddle Discussions
To begin a new Discussion thread, navigate to a Huddle, select the Discussions Tab, and click the green plus button.
Once you have clicked the green plus button, you will be taken to an area where you can type the topic or subject of your discussion along with a description for your discussion.
In the Sibme Web App
In Sibme Mobile App
You can also add Artifacts to a Huddle Discussion you are creating.
Participating in a Huddle Discussion
To participate in a Huddle Discussion, simply select the discussion topic from the Discussions tab.
You can respond to Huddle Discussion topics with formatted text (formatting only available on the web version of Sibme), attach resources, and choose whether to send an email notification to other Huddle Participants when you post. Once you are ready, click the green post button for Web App and Add Post for the Mobile App.
Additionally, on the list of Discussion topics, Users can see which topics have posts they have not read. Simply check the Unread column. If it is not zero, it means there are response/s that haven’t been read.
Lastly, if you need a copy of the Huddle Discussion, you can click on the sorting icon below the green plus button of the Sibme Web App and then choose whether you want to export the discussion as a Word or PDF document.
Sample Export: PDF FILE