The actions that you can perform on an entry depend on your role in the activity and whether you created the entry. Any member of an activity can view a public entry (that is, one that is not explicitly marked private) and can send notifications about the entry to other members. Only authors and owners can tag and reply to entries. Authors can edit, move, and delete their own entries. Owners can edit, move, and delete any entry.
Moving an entry
You can move an entry to a new location in the same activity or to a different activity. Move an entry when you want to add it to a section, group it with related entries, or sort entries in a specific sequence.
Copying an entry ic40
You can add a copy of an entry to a new location in the same activity or to a different activity. Copy an entry when you want to move it to a section, group it with related entries, or sort entries in a specific sequence, but also want to keep a copy of the entry in its current position.
Notifying members about an entry
To bring an entry to the attention of members in the activity, you can notify them about the entry. Members whom you notify receive an email message or a notification in the Updates tab in the Home page application that contains the description of the entry and a link to it.
Marking an entry private so that other members cannot see it
You can mark an entry private if you want to save it to an activity, but do not want to share it with other members. You can mark an entry private when you first post it, or by editing it later.
Adding a file to an activity entry
You can add a file to an activity entry, whether it is a standard entry, a to-do entry, a custom entry, or an entry comment.
Deleting an entry
You can delete an entry to remove it from an activity. A deleted entry is moved to the trash view for the activity. You can restore the entry, but you must restore it before the administrator permanently deletes it by emptying the trash.
Converting entries into to do items
If you have an entry in your activity that you want to assign to a specific member or if the entry has a due date that is before the due date for the whole activity, then consider converting the entry to a to do item.
Getting the web address of an individual entry ic40
You can open an entry in its own web page, and then save the page as a bookmark, send it to another member in a chat message, or post it as a bookmark entry in an activity. Anyone who subsequently opens the link is taken directly to the entry's web page.
Publishing attachments to Lotus Quickr
You can store documents associated with an activity using the IBM Lotus
™ product by publishing the document to a Lotus Quickr
library. After you publish a file, a link to the document in Lotus Quickr
replaces the file attachment in the entry.