Communication within the context of your book is done by placing requests to your peers in the comments. You can also use a comment to save a note of some transaction, accounts, groups or searches.

How can you use comments? 

Let's see how it works!
(p.s.: for while, comments can't be edited or deleted)

1. Comment linked in one transaction

  1. On your book, select one transaction
  2. Click the comment icon
  3. Write your comment (you can refer to a @username to notify people on the book).
  4. Click "Save"

2. Comment linked in accounts, groups or hashtags

You have two ways to do this.

  1. You can click in the account, group or hashtag that you want to make a comment or you can search in the field from them.
  2. Then, click the comment
  3. Write a comment (you can refer to a @username to notify people on the book).
  4. Clique "Save"

3. Comment linked in a specific search

  1. Search what do you want.
  2. Then, click the comment
  3. Write a comment (you can refer to a @username to notify people on the book).
  4. Clique "Save"

4. Generical comment 

  1. Click the comment
  2. Write a comment (you can refer to a @username to notify people on the book).
  3. Clique "Save"

>> Important tip: To make sure someone sees a comment, you can add them to it (for example: @username). They will receive an email notification with your comment and they also be notified in Bkper book.

  1. Notification by email

2. Notification in the app

5. Reply comments directly from your email

When you were mentioned in a comment, you receive a notification in you email. You can answer it this comment by email (and add files) and the answer also appears as a comment in the book.

Take a look at this example:

Patricia mentioned Raquel in the comment.

Raquel received an email notification being informed about it.

Raquel answered the email (text + file). 

The comment is automatically created on the book (repaired that file was attached in the same transaction that the Patricia linked the comment).

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