Collaborating using comments in documentsAdded by IBM on September 24, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|When you collaborate with multiple editors on a document, it is convenient to add comments. It helps you to communicate with editors working at different times.
When you create a comment, a sidebar is displayed listing all comments for the document. For each comment, you can join a conversation with multiple editors by adding responses. The discussion thread is indented under each comment. You can remove your comments, and direct comments or responses at another editor using the symbol @. You can view comments directed at you or created by you. You can also filter comments by editors to see which comments or responses are directed at them and which comments or responses are written by them.
About comments in documentsParent topic: Collaborating on documents in real time
When you have to work on a document together but at different times, comments in IBM
® Docs allow conversations to take place. Comments help you to track the reviewing status and responses from others.
Creating comments in documents
When you edit or review a document, you can create comments that help you to collaborate with other editors. You can add your responses to the comments. All comments and responses of the document are displayed on the Comments sidebar.
Viewing comments in documents
When you open a document, if the sidebar is not displayed by default, you can select to show the sidebar. Then you can view all comments and responses in this document in the Comments panel.
Searching comments in documents
You can quickly navigate to specific comments by searching keywords in the Comments panel.