A stream shows you real-time updates of activity as people interact with content,
people, and places in the community.
You'll see streams on the News page and
on the Activity page of any place. Streams are updated when someone
creates a document, replies to a blog post, posts a status update, and so on.
Here are some examples of activities that trigger new stream items
for people, places, and content that you're following in a stream:
Content: someone modifies the content item (for example edits, comments on, or
replies to it).
People: someone posts a status update, creates a content item, or comments on a
Places: someone updates content in the place (for example publishes a new
document, edits a blog post, shares content with a place, or comments on a
document that lives in the place).
Tags: someone creates or modifies an item with a tag you're following in the
stream, or adds the tag to a content item.
Here are some ways you can track new activity in your streams:
When there is new activity in your streams, such as likes, comments, edits, or new content, you'll see an indicator dot next to the stream name on your News
(Home) page. If you hover over the indicator, you'll see a count of new
activity for that stream since you last viewed it.
When you select a stream, you are viewing all activity, with the
Most Recent content listed first. If you want
to view only the content you are following in that stream, you can
select Top & Trending, and activity will be
sorted by the most active content since you last viewed the stream.
As you are scrolling through your stream, you'll see the End
of New Updates line, so you'll know when you've seen all
the new activity for that stream. Continue scrolling and you'll see the
End of Previous Updates line that shows you
the updates from last time you checked.
Here are some streams you can view to follow activity in your
All Activity: Most Recent stream
You can see all public activity (that you have permission to see) in this
News streams are those listed to the left of your custom streams. They were
created by your community manager to help you see important content. To
learn more about how these streams work, check out What is News?