Using My topics

My topics help you organize, browse and find topics effortlessly. Simply create the Topics Group at the Typetalk menu and you can move the relevant topics to the group.

For example, you can organize the group by project, team, priority, etc.

To view all topics you’re a member of, you can switch from “My Topics” to “All Topics” from the topic list at the top of the menu. Here you can search through all of your topics and add them to the topic groups.

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Creating a topic groups

To create a topic group, select the “+ Topic group” button, name your new topic group, and save. Select the Topics you want to add them into the created topic group by clicking the “+ Add” button beside the Topic.

Moving topics to a topic group

Select “All topics”, then select the more button (“...”) next to the topic you want to add. Then select a topic group or create a new one by clicking “New topic group”.

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Removing topics from a topic group

Select the more button (“...”) next to the topic you want to remove. Remove it by selecting “Remove from topic group”. This action does not delete the topic in which you can find the removed topic in the “All Topics” listing. 

Deleting topic groups

Select the more button (“...”) next to your topic group’s title. Then select “Remove topic group”. This action does not delete the topics grouped in the deleted topic group, in which all the topics will remain in the “All Topics” list. 

Sorting topics in the topic groups

By default, topics are organized by most recent activity in descending order. However, you can also select to sort topics alphanumerically. Simply select the more button (“...”) next to your topic group’s title, and choose “A-Z”.

Muting topic groups

To hide notifications for a topic group (hiding the dot notification in the topic group), select the more button (“...”) next to the topic group’s title. Then, turn on the “Mute topic group” slider to enable mute function. This function is suitable for low priority groups.