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Example Question 932

  • 11/8/2019 12:02:33 PM by Annie
  • 25 answers

Hi There,

This is just a sample question to demonstrate how the "Plato.Questions" module works within Plato. This is not a real post and simply exists to help you get a sense for how Plato.Questions works.

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project_ufa posted 11/8/2019 12:02:34 PM

@Annie, I'm just an example reply. I'm not real but let's pretend i like this post 👍


mortenbrudv posted 11/8/2019 12:02:34 PM

Did you know you can link to any other entity (topic, doc, article, question, idea or issue) within Plato using a # tag. Type the # character when composing a message within Plato to quickly search for and embed links to other entities.

For example we can link to the question hosting this reply using a # character follwed by the entity ID like so #1024.

You can also include optional text to display for # links like so #1234(optional link text here).

You can see a real hash link with link text here:- Example Question 932 - notice the contextual tooltip when you hover over # links. You can also just use a # followed by the entity id to link to any entity like so #1024.


Stevie posted 11/8/2019 12:02:34 PM

Hi @Annie

This is just a sample to help demonstrate Plato. You can ignore this post 😃

If this was a real reply it may actually contain some helpful information.


Lachlan posted 11/8/2019 12:02:34 PM

I'm just an example reply but did you know you can @ mention others within Plato. Type the @ character when composing any entity to search for and mention others.

For example here are some mentions @Carry, @beats, @jcarreira, @redone218, @project_ufa.


eric-914 posted 11/8/2019 12:02:34 PM

Hey @Annie,

Thanks for the post. I'm just an example reply but if I was a real person I would definately ❤️ this.

-=: eric-914 :=-

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