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    In addition to this, I would like to have the ability to post the Time on the device I'm logged into. Or I guess more generically, allow custom Properties that could be created locally and automatically or manually populated and be used in the Status message. I work with employees all over the world and it would be helpful if we could mandate across the company that the users update their status with something like "The current local time is @System.Time and I am logged into my @Properties.DeviceName" and it would display like "The current local time is 08:46:52 and I am logged into my iPhone". Where the @System would reference some System/Environment variables and @Properties would reference the custom Properties list (that doesn't actually exist yet).

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    In addition to this, I would like to have the ability to post the Time on the computer I'm logged into. Or I guess more generically, allow custom Properties that could be created locally and automatically or manually populated and be used in the Status message. I work with employees all over the world and it would be helpful if we could mandate across the company that the users update their status with something like "The current local time is @System.Time and I am logged into my @Properties.DeviceName" and it would display like "The current local time is 08:46:52 and I am logged into my iPhone". Where the @System would reference some System/Environment variables and @Properties would reference the custom Properties list (that doesn't actually exist yet).

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