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Chat application with hashtag Disclosure Number: IPCOM000246370D
Publication Date: 2016-Jun-02
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It is quite familiar to people using social software that they can type hash ("#") to classify their post. This so-called hast-tag word or phrase identify messages on a specific topic. Normally, that topic can be accessed by public users. In fact, companies, especially multi-national ones, use chatting system in work. Therefore, the chatting data (conversation) can be use as a business data. This data can be saved or stored on chat-database controlled by chat applications. This disclosure suggests to manipulate chat data in some other ways for better using via hast-tag, such as sending email to specific users or saving chat to a folder.

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Chat application with hashtag

Currently, hash tag is used as a normal function or categorized symbol in most online systems, especially for that with many users' access. This idea aims to save or store content of chat to keep data for artifact or other purposes.

This is a new function of chat applications. In this document, chat means chat data such as text, images,... in conversation between two users or multiple users

The main usage

#hast-tag "parameters"

Where hash-tag can be pre-defined as a word or phrase with related information (type, values,..)

There are some type of hast-tag:
+ Activity: do an activity after hast-tag, this is often application with parameters. Application can be: Email, Scheduler, Social-network updater,...
+ Folder: save chats to a folder with a name after hast-tag
+ Create Folder: create a folder to save chat
+ Create File: create a file with certain name
+ Convert: convert chatting content to specific data type (such as PDF, HTML,..)

You can define a tag (word or phrase), as in these example:

#AdminActivity: Type = Activity, Value = Send content of chat to email, Parameters = Subject
This activates email application and send chat content to
#SavePDF: Type = Convert/PDF, Value = E:\DefaulChattingFolder
This will activate conversion application to convert chat content to PDF and save to default folder
#ProjectA: Type = Folder, Value = E:\Data\ProjectA
This value is default folder of project A, chat content will be saved w...