- Campfire Features
- Delete a Campfire Post
- Add Code to a Campfire or Ping
- Add Sounds to Campfire or Ping
- Campfire Notifications
Sometimes posting a message isn't necessary, and you want to chat in real time. Campfire is the place to be!
Every Project, Team, and HQ has its own Campfire room. To enter a Campfire, open the Project (or Team or HQ) and click on the Campfire tool.
Scroll up in a chat window to view what you missed. When you want to add a comment, type your text at the bottom of the window and hit enter.
You can also drag and drop saved images, or paste image URLs into a chat line — perfect for all those cat and Beyoncé gifs you need to share with the team.
To stay current in specific Campfires, click Follow at the top right of the window.
To see all the files posted in a Campfire, look for the ••• menu in the upper right corner of that Campfire.
You'll then be able to browse everything uploaded to that particular Campfire!
If you need to delete a post, click on "•••" next to the time stamp above your post.
A red trash can will appear next to your post! Click on that to delete the post.
To add code in a chat, you'll start your message with /code log | <content>
Here's how it will look when you post your message:
Campfire supports sounds! All the sound commands begin with
/play. Here's an example of
All Campfire sounds are listed out here at the bottom of the page, along with a preview of each sound. They work in Pings as well!
It's a fun way to comment on situation, support your peers, greet them, or bid them adieu. Here's a round of
/play honk to send Merissa off into the weekend:
You can turn on notifications so that you're notified when someone starts chatting in a Campfire that you're a part of. (More on how to set up those notifications!)
But, you won't receive a notification for every single new line item in that Campfire chat. You'll only receive push notifications if:
- You are @mentioned
- The chat has been idle for 6+ hours
You can read more on our philosophy around chat notifications in our piece on Group Chat, Group Stress.
Remove the Campfire tool
You can hide a tool from a Project, Team, or HQ if it's not needed. See if a clear space really does organize the mind!
Here's how: Changing Tools