Using the WhatsApp integration
With the Capacities WhatsApp integration you can save formatted messages, images, files or even voice messages to Capacities from a WhatsApp chat. You can even name and tag all resources from within the messenger.
Open the Capacities app and go to "Account > Settings > Integrations > WhatsApp" and follow the instructions there.
How it works
After you set up the integration you can simply send messages to the chat with Capacities. All messages will be appended to your daily note.
Saving text messages
You can send formatted text messages to Capacities. Either use the formatting options WhatsApp provides or use Capacities shortcuts:
1.for numbered lists
**text**for bold text
*text*for italic text
Standard markdown formatting is supported as well.
To add tags to your message simply use the
# symbol. Capacities matches your text with your existing tags or will create new tags.
❗️ Rules for tags
- You cannot use special characters in your tags.
- Spaces will automatically be transformed. So if you have a tag called
Cognitive Biassimply add
#cognitivebiasto your text, it will automatically be matched.
Saving images and files
If you send images or files from your messenger to Capacities you can set the title of your image or file by giving it a caption in the messenger. If you add tags in your caption they will be automatically saved as tags for that resource.
Saving web links
If you want to save a web link, paste the web link into a new line. If you want you can add tags with the '#' symbol after it, like here
https://capacities.io #pkm #note-taking
The web link will be tagged and saved to your web links database as well.
Saving voice messages
You can use the voice recording button in the WhatsApp messenger. Your voice recordings will be saved as audio files.
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Your voice messages will automatically be transpiled to written text.
Saving to a specific space
If you want to save a message to a specific space other than your selected default space just start your message with the space number, here the third space, based on the order of your spaces in your home dashboard.
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