User profiles

See who's who on your team with user profiles

Updated over a week ago

With Slab user profiles, you can quickly access helpful details about your teammates, such as their posts, title, location, or maybe even their favorite type of cheese — everything you need to know to work together effectively!

Here, you can also easily contact your teammate via email, Slack, or Microsoft Teams.

Accessing a teammate's profile

Throughout Slab, clicking on your teammate's profile icon will lead you to their profile.

There, you'll see posts they've contributed to, topics and groups they're a member of, and ways to contact them. Email will always appear as an option, along with Slack or Microsoft Teams if those integrations are enabled.

Accessing your own profile

To visit your profile:

  1. Click on your profile icon in the upper right-hand corner.

  2. Click Profile in the dropdown menu.

Post filtering and sorting

By default, a user's profile will show their published posts, sorted by most recently published.

To filter what posts you see:

  1. On the profile page, click the Published dropdown menu.

  2. Select one of the following post types to filter by: Published, Verified, Contributed, or All posts.

To sort the posts:

  1. On the profile page, click the Recently published dropdown menu

  2. Select one of the following options to sort by: Recently published, Recently updated, Popularity, or Alphabetical.

✏️ Note: Changes to filtering and sorting options are temporary, and won't be saved when the page is revisited.

Editing your profile

To edit your own profile:

  1. Click on your profile icon in the upper right-hand corner of any page.

  2. Select Profile from the dropdown menu.

  3. Click on the ... menu in the right-hand corner of the profile card.

  4. Select Edit my profile in the dropdown menu.

You'll then see the option to change your picture, name, email, title, and description.

✏️ Note: By using the same steps above, admins can also edit the profiles of other users.

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