How does Pulse app collaboration status work?
Pulse uses the active app and window title to synthesize your status. Pulse only looks at approved work applications and what you have configured in Pulse Settings. The full list of applications supported for app collaboration is here.
To enable app collaboration sharing on the Mac, you will need to enable Screen Recording Permissions for Pulse.
In addition to sharing activity, you can also configure to share file names. This can be particularly useful to increase collaboration around shared design files, coding files, or Google Docs. When the ‘Share – File names’ setting is enabled, Pulse shares with teammates the filename of the document in which you are currently working.
The file-sharing feature is currently limited to only a select category of apps:
· JIRA – shows current ticket title and ticket ID
· Salesforce – shows when viewing or editing a record
· Adobe Aftereffects – shows the current filename
· Adobe Illustrator – shows the current filename
· Adobe InDesign – shows the current filename
· Adobe Photoshop – shows the current filename
· Adobe XD – shows the current filename
· Balsamiq – shows the current filename
· Figma – shows the current filename
· Zeplin – shows the current filename
· Android Studio – shows the current filename
· Bitbucket (Including PR descriptions being reviewed)
· GitLab (Including PR descriptions being reviewed)
· IntelliJ Webstorm
· IntelliJ Pycharm
· IntelliJ Idea
· Sublime Text
· Visual Studio Code