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How to link to a channel or thread

Referencing another channel or thread in a post can be an extremely helpful way to add the context of prior discussions, keep your work organized, or even to provide inspiration.

Luckily, there’s an easy and elegant way that you can link to a channel or thread in Twist:

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How to link to a channel or thread

  1. When formatting your post, you can either type / or click the lightning icon Screenshot_2020-12-17_at_12.39.25.png in the composer.
  2. Choose to Reference a channel or Reference a thread.
  3. Depending upon what you choose to reference, you’ll now either see a # (for channels) or + (for threads).
  4. A dropdown menu will appear. Start typing the title of the channel or thread you want to reference to narrow down the results.
  5. Choose the channel or thread you want to link to from the dropdown menu.
  1. When formatting your post, you can either type / or tap the lightning icon in the composer.
  2. Tap either Channel (to reference a channel) or Thread (to reference a thread).
  3. Depending upon what you choose to reference, you’ll now either see a # (for channels) or + (for threads).
  4. A dropdown menu will appear. Start typing the title of the channel or thread you want to reference to narrow down the results.
  5. Tap the channel or thread you want to link to from the dropdown menu.
You can skip using the lightning icon Screenshot_2020-12-17_at_12.39.25.png by typing # (for channels) or + (for threads) in your post.Slice_-_Composer_-_3.png
To keep private channels private, you aren’t able to link to them.