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Discussions, also called discussion boards, are lists of threaded messages on specific topics Someone starts a discussion on a particular topic by adding a message on that topic and thereby beginning a thread Someone else adds to that discussion and thread by entering a message in reply on the same topic Other people can reply to either the first message or the first reply to it, or to any subsequent reply, and extend the discussion and thread in so doing, as shown in Figure 6-14 Discussion boards are in essence a list (see Figure 6-15), although they are treated as a separate element, with the individual discussions being the items in the list Several site templates, most importantly the team site, include a discussion board, and you can add a new discussion board to a site, as you would add a list (see 4)
Figure 6-14: Discussions are similar to online forums and are a useful form of online communication
Add Discussions
In a discussion, you either start a new discussion or reply to an existing one, and the reply can be either to the original message or to one of the replies
Figure 6-15: In the default view of a discussion board, it is easy to see it is a list 148 148
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NOTE
SharePoint blogs are created as separate subsites, whereas discussions are SharePoint lists within an existing site or subsite Therefore, discussions are often used to insert threaded conversations into existing pages to augment existing content, whereas blogs are usually linked to as separate entities
START A NEW DISCUSSION
To start a new discussion in an existing discussion board:
1 Navigate to the discussion board to which you want to add a new discussion 2 Click Add New Discussion at the bottom of the discussion list The Team Discussion
dialog box will appear, as shown in Figure 6-16
3 Enter the discussion subject, the topic you ll be discussing, and then enter the body of
your message
NOTE
Discussions can be configured to use e-mail if this feature has been set up (a SharePoint administrator s task) A site s discussion board will have its own e-mail address and each new e-mail message will become a new discussion, while replies to that e-mail message will be replies to the discussion
4 When you are satisfied with your message, click Save You are returned to the
discussion list where you can see your new discussion
VIEW AND REPLY TO A DISCUSSION
To view and reply to a discussion:
1 Navigate to the discussion board with the discussion you want to view and potentially
reply to
2 Click the subject of the discussion you want to view to open the Flat view of
it, as you saw earlier in Figure 6-14
3 To reply to either the original message or another reply message, click
Reply on the right of the message heading The discussion reply dialog box will appear
4 Type your reply and, when done, click Save
Handle Discussions
The handling of discussions is not a significant task There are several different views that you will usually want to use, and there are the standard property setting and editing tasks that are similar to working with all SharePoint lists
WORK WITH DISCUSSION VIEWS
There are three built-in views of discussions:
Figure 6-16: A SharePoint discussion is a series of messages related to a single subject
Subject view of a discussion board, which is shown in Figure 6-15, is the default view that you get when you click a discussion board in the Quick Launch or elsewhere
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Flat view of a discussion thread, which is shown in Figure 6-14, is the default view that you get when you click the subject of a discussion in Subject view Threaded view of a discussion thread, shown in Figure 6-17, is an alternative view that you can select by opening the List tab s Change View drop-down list and clicking Threaded
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Figure 6-17: The Threaded view is closer to what most forums look like
You can, of course, create your own view, as you can for any list, using the steps described in 4
SET DISCUSSION PROPERTIES
Discussion properties are not much different from those you can set for lists and their items
1 To set properties for a discussion board, navigate to it What you see should be in
Subject view
2 Click the List Tools | List tab, and click List Settings The Discussion Board Settings
page will open, as you see in Figure 6-18 The options that you see here are the same as you saw for list properties in 4, although there are fewer options here Use the discussion in 4 to guide you in the settings here
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