Actions like replying, voting, configuring, etc. is done with text-based tokens.
A token is just a bit of text which tells the system to do something.
For example, you may submit a "
Other examples include
A #hashtag is also a type of token you may already be familiar with.
The rest of this document is a reference of tokens the system supports.
If you want to learn more about this system, this is a good place to look.
If something is unclear, please comment with your question.
On a line by itself, this will reference the message which has that identifier.)
The reply token is used in conjunction with either reply text or other tokens.
For example, the "title:" token, used with a reply token, will suggest that title for the item referenced.
The #config and #resetconfig tokens allow changing configuration.
Settings under the
Notes: Value is a string. If value looks like an item identifier, a lookup will be attempted. If the item is found, its contents will be used as the value.
Restricted to admin users, unless
title: this is the title
If it is used in a reply, it is applied to the PARENT item, to make it easier to re-title things.
Otherwise, it applies to the current item, and can be placed anywhere, including the "header-footer".
Translates to vote being added to parent.