Mention a member

While holding a conversation in a channel, you may need to call the attention of another member. Type a person’s @username in your message to grab their attention.

If you @mention someone who isn’t currently in the channel, Slackbot will ask you what to do next:

By default, the first name you enter in your Slack profile is included as one of your keywords and will notify you in the same way as an @mention. Some workspaces may choose to turn this off, but you can still choose to include it in your highlight words. 

Note: If you send a message and forget to mention someone, simply editing the message and including the @mention or highlight word will not trigger a notification.


Check your activity

View your most recent @mentions, @channel messages, highlight words, and reactions to your messages.

Desktop

iOS

Android

Windows Phone

  1. Click the  Activity icon in the top right corner of Slack. This will open the Activity pane.
  2. To see only your @mentions and highlights, uncheck the Include @channel mentions option.
  1. Swipe from right to left to open the right sidebar.
  2. Tap  Activity.
  1. Tap the   Overflow menu at the top right.
  2. Tap  Activity.
It's not currently possible to view your recent activity on a Windows Phone. Stay tuned for updates! 
Who can use this feature?
  • All members and Guests can use this feature. 
  • Available on free and paid plans.

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