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Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Replying to a discussion

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Even if you don’t have a new discussion to add to a SharePoint 2013 community site, you can contribute by responding to discussions that are already in progress. Adding your thoughts, feedback, and answers to existing questions is one way that you can enhance your reputation on a site and assist other users within your organization.

You can respond to a discussion from virtually anywhere that you can view discussions on a community site. You can reply to discussions from the Home page or from the discussions list, which is accessible by clicking the Categories link on the Home page.

Reply to a discussion

  1. At the bottom of the discussion to which you want to respond, click the Reply button.

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  2. In the window that appears, type your reply.

  3. Click the Reply button to save your reply.

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Tip

Before you respond to a discussion, ensure that you have read the site guidelines, which you can view by clicking the About link on the Home page.

Tip

You can also reply to any of the replies under the main discussion. Your response will be slightly indented and appear under the reply rather than at the end. This facilitates threads of a discussion to be grouped together so that users can engage in side-discussions while still on the main thread.

 
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