How attachment to comment works?
You must click Publish or Save Draft on the page or post for any Multicollab activity to save on your website database. There is currently no autosave feature for Multicollab.
The Attach Document feature allows you to share references, and screenshots, and add context to messages directly within Gutenberg Editor.
Within Inline Comments, contributors are able to attach media—such as images, screencasts, and audio messages. Extending the use-case of the Google Docs commenting feature, there is no shortage of ways to utilize this exciting collaborative feature.
Attachments may be uploaded directly from your device or from within your WordPress media library. These are the accepted file formats for the Attach Document feature:
And similar to adding comments, you can customize email and Slack notifications to ensure your editorial team sees when documents are attached.
How to Attach Documents
You can attach documents in two different ways. Each option begins by selecting or highlighting the Block on which you want to attach the media.
Option 1: After selecting a Block, the Multicollab Floating Toolbar appears on the right side of Gutenberg Editor. Select the add comment icon (💬➕), click the attachment button (📎) compose your comment to add context (optional), and click Comment.
Option 2: After selecting a Block, go to the WordPress Floating Menu. Select the add comment icon (💬➕), click the attachment button (📎) compose your comment to add context (optional), and click Comment.
Users can add comments on most types of Gutenberg blocks. You can view the full list here: