Organization members: How to respond to a post

Organization members: How to respond to a post

1. Open the DigitalDeets Application. The screen that pops up shows a list of all of your posts from the organization.

2. If the screen above doesn't pop up on your phone, click on the circled icon and select all posts to get to the following screen. 

3. Click on the envelope icon.

4. The following screen will pop up once you click on the envelope. Type the subject of the message, write your message below, and click send.

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