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    Ryan commented  · 

    Creating common @ mention macros would be a great help. @here and @all serve a very particular purpose vs @Team or @channel. @here would message all available users in the channel whereas @all would surpass status and notify all members regardless of availability. This is good for when members sign off for the day but don't need to be pinged about lunch coming into the office or something.

    Furthermore a custom @mention system i.e., @tier2 would be able to notify all people labeled under the "tier2" label and could be set to ignore presence as well. So that you can have a collaborative team with multiple groups that can be pinged from one mention.

    HipChat has the former functionality natively and there are a good number of plugins that allow the latter. It's immensely useful especially in support focused teams.

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    under review  ·  Warren responded

    The feature team is still reviewing, there is lots of discussion about this item and I hope to have a decision soon.

    -Warren

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    Have a personal Channel for each user/allow messages to oneself. All major enterprise chat systems allow this and makes it much easier to access files, test features without bugging other users, etc

    Furthermore, HipChat uses S3 buckets to store files uploaded that are publicly accessible. This is a bit of a double edged sword, since it's insecure putting it lightly, but it's a great method for uploading small files to a server because you get a link to the file once you send it to yourself and wget can retrieve that link.

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