Teampel Boot Camp

Welcome, adventurers who crave for efficiency!
This is the boot camp of Teampel. To give you a fast start, we’ve replaced the ordinary user manual with actual use cases. Learn and thrive—the world is yours to take!

Getting Started

As you have completed installing Teampel and signing in to the network, a brand-new world unfolds itself before your eyes, and immediately you rejoice at the prospect of improving your teamwork. So, where do we begin? Let’s first take a look at the signboard below:

Starters Behold!

  • If you have not finished Teampel Server setup, click the “Free Trial” button to the upper right now. See you here when you’re done.
  • You will always see messages that are relevant to you. You will not see any message from groups or projects which you haven’t taken part in.
  • You have 3 ways to communicate with folks:1 on 1, group, and project. Any form of communication (“Poll” included) will be displayed on the channel board to the left, and can be sorted and organized.
  • The fastest way to send file is to drag and drop it inside the input box. Don’t forget you can also send an entire folder as well!
  • All information related to you is available in History and can be searched anytime. Click “Chat history” to enter.
  • For those who are invited to a group or project halfway, go to History and click “Sync History” to see past messages.Messages of closed projects can also be accessed this way.
* This is for the desktop version of Teampel Client. For Teampel apps, please contact us to get more information. If you still want to see the user manual, read the help file of Teampel Client.

Message: Where you interact with other teammates.


Edit personal profile, profile picture or settings.


1-on-1 conversations, groups, projects and polls are all displayed here! You can use either “Default sorting” or “Sort by category” to organize the channels. While default sorting automatically puts the most recently active channel on top (meaning there’s a new message or file uploaded), the latter uses the same mechanism but also automatically puts channels into 4 categories. Please note you may create new categories in this mode.


This is where you interact with other members. It shows information such as members in the same group/project, chat messages, and lets you send files, manage project, coordinate progress, create note, search history, etc.

  • Menu bar

    It varies depending on the type of channel you are on.

    1. 1-on-1 Conversation

      Send File, Send Folder, Start Group Chat, Screen Share (start remote session), and Voice Call.

    2. Group

      Send File and Send Folder.

    3. Project

      Chat (messages, bulletin and member list), Task (view and manage all tasks), Document (file central), Updates (a list of important changes), and Notes (create and edit memos).

  • Chat History

    Click to enter History, where you can view and search all information related to you.

  • Find

    Search current chat messages by keyword.

  • Expand/ Collapse Side Column

    Expand or collapse the side column.

  • Chat Window

    It shows all recent chat messages and updates (note: go to History if you want to see earlier messages)

  • Font

    Choose the font type, size, color and style.

  • Emoji

    Use emojis and stickers.

  • Screen Capture

    You can choose whether to hide current window before capturing screen. After you have decided the frame, you may also add annotations and type text on the picture.

  • Input Box

    The place where you enter text, pictures and other content.

  • Send button

    Click or press Enter to send messages. You can choose Ctrl + Enter instead to add line breaks easily.

(D)Side Column

It varies according to the type of channel you are on.

  • 1-on-1 Conversation

    File transfer status and history.

  • Group

    File transfer status and history.

  • Project

    In Chat: bulletin, member list; in Document: upload and download records.

Project: Where you manage projects and tasks.

(A)Project List

All projects are displayed here and they can be viewed in different ways.

  • Create

    Create a new project or a folder to organize projects.

  • Sort

    Sort projects by the selected conditions.

  • History

    Enter “History”.

  • Import

    Import projects from csv files (.csv).

  • Export

    Export project data like leader, time created, start time, deadline, estimated hours, progress, members, etc. to a csv file and save.

  • Dashboard

    Export the data of selected projects to a dashboard page (.htm) and open it with your default browser.

  • View mode

    There are several ways to view projects: Card view, List view, and Gantt chart.

  • Search

    Type in keywords to search for projects or members.

(B)Task Summary

All tasks are displayed here and they can be viewed in different ways.

  • View mode

    There are 3 modes—User, Project, Filter.

  • Export

    Export all tasks to a report.

  • Refresh

    Refresh all task status and data.

  • Search

    Enter a keyword to search for specific tasks. “Advanced search” supported.

  • Task list

    It shows all tasks in which you are involved.

  • Gantt Chart

    Display tasks with Gantt Chart.

  • Time frame

    It has 3 views—Weekly, Monthly and Annual. You may also select a specific date.

Contacts: Find the right one through the Division Tree.

(A)Division/ List

View all members according to their positions in corporate structure, or a plain list view.

(B)Profile Display

Decide whether to display profile pictures, and the size of the picture.

(C)Chat History

Enter “History”.


Enter a keyword to search for specific members.

Personal Note: This is your personal notebook for work.
A notebook to notes is just like a folder to files.

(A)Menu bar

  • Create Notebook

    Create a new notebook on the list to the left.

  • Create Note

    Create a new note in the current notebook.

  • Delete Note

    Delete the current note.

  • Sort

    Sort notes by subjects or date modified.

  • Sync

    Make all personal notes up-to-date.

  • View mode

    View notes in either a list view or a card view.

  • Search

    Type in keywords to search for specific notes. Use “Advanced Search” for more search options.

(B)Notebook list

All notebooks are listed here.

(C)Note list

All notes of the current notebook are listed here.

(D)Note content

The content of the current note is displayed here and can be edited with various tools.

Calendar: select a project to display its tasks on the calendar. You can also create events and reminders.

(A)My Calendar

Select to show all your personal events.

(B)Project list

It lists all tasks in which you are involved. Select a project to show its tasks on the calendar.


Create a personal event and reminder on the calendar.

(D)View mode

2 modes are available—Weekly view and Monthly view.

  • Date:

    You can change the date here.

  • Today:

    Jump to today.

More: Create a broadcast message, a group, or a poll.


View, create and manage broadcast messages.


View, create and manage groups.


View, create and manage polls.


After you (or your ITs) are done with setting up division tree in the Teampel Management System, you will see the structure of your organization in the “Division” view under “Contacts”. Click on any division to see its members on the right pane. You can also interact with members in the following ways: send message, file, and folder, and start group chat, etc.

In “List” view, all members will be sorted by their online status.

We are pretty sure that you want to see (at least) some of your colleague’s profile photos (suppose everyone has one!)! Click on “Profile Display” and select either “Small icon” or “Large icon” for different display sizes. Just in case you aren’t in the mood to see pictures, select “Simple list” to show only names.

IMPORTANT NOTEDon’t forget Teampel also supports “guest account”! You can create guest accounts in Management System so that external parties (such as suppliers or contractors) can work directly with team members. Security-wise, Teampel forbids private messaging between member and guest; that is, communication is limited to project only.

IMPORTANT MOVETexting and sharing files are common among colleagues, but do you know there is a powerful feature hidden in plain sight? Yes, you can let your co (usually an IT) access your computer just like using remote desktop. For example, if you run into technical difficulties, you can invite someone to help from within the same Teampel network. To use this feature, click the “Screen Share” button on the toolbar in 1-on-1 conversation, and select one from the 4 options: Share desktop, Share application, Share windows and Share area.

  • Share desktop: grant control of your entire desktop
  • Share application: grant control of selected applications only
  • Share window: grant control of a certain currently open window
  • Share area: grant control of a specific area on your desktop

Request will be sent to your co after a simple setup and the remote session will start when the recipient accepts it. You may either leave your seat to get a coffee or keep a keen eye on their moves. Click “Stop” to terminate the session immediately.


Teampel channels work like the saying “the footprints in the sand show where you have been”. Whenever you send a message to a new member, group or project, Teampel will create a conversation in the channel list and move its position to the top. Similarly, when you receive a message, or there is any movement in a group/project that you’ve taken part in, their position will also be moved to the top. You can drag a conversation to a new position anytime, or click the “X” button to the right to hide it.

REMINDERA “@”mark will appear to the right of a channel if anyone wants your immediate attention in there.

REMINDERYou can decide how many “idle” conversations get to stay on the channel list in “Conversation” under “Settings”. To avoid jamming the list, new conversations will automatically push unpinned & idle conversations aside. (Idle means the conversation hasn’t seen activity for a while)

Channel list has 2 view modes:

  • Default sorting

    All conversations are sorted in chronological order. The one that has the latest activity will be moved to the top.

  • Sort by category

    All conversations are arranged under their respective category, i.e. “Contact”, “Project”, “Group” and “Poll”. You can drag a category to change the order, but the name cannot be changed. Click the arrow to the left of the category name to expand or hide its list.

TIPIn the “Sort by category” mode, you are able to create a new category and tidy up your channel list. For instance, if you often need to talk to a certain colleague outside the project (those who only need to know the result, but not the process, e.g. finance), it is possible to improve communication by simply putting the project and the person into the same custom category.

SECRET MOVEFree IM apps wouldn’t tell you who exactly have read the messages, but such annoyance doesn’t exist in Teampel. In Project and Group, any sent message has a read status to the right, e.g. 5/14 indicates 5 out of 14 members have read the message. Here’s the trick: hover the cursor over the numbers, and it’ll show who’ve seen the message. No repliers, beware!

Voice call

Though texting has become the mainstream for communication, it doesn’t mean we should overlook the power of voice call. In Teampel, simply type in your SIP password upon login and select a person to talk with. Click on “Voice Call” and the system will automatically dial!

*NOTE: before making a voice call, VoIP needs to be activated in the management system. Also make sure to add the IP of your team’s SIP server and create a SIP account for each member!

Project & Task

Generally speaking, project management is a planning and coordination tool for teams to make sure goals are fulfilled on time. At Teampel, the relationship between project and task is like that of jigsaw puzzle and pieces: as the tiles are connected to one another, you move one step closer to the completion of an artwork.

We will take a new product launch as example to illustrate the essentials of Teampel project management. Any similarity with fictitious events or characters was purely coincidental.

MACROTEC has recently introduced Teampel to the entire company and the personnel are still learning how to use it. It happens that their own-brand “Activoice Smart Recorder Pen” is about to release a new model and the CEO wants a better product launch than the last time. Lora, the general manager, therefore decides to use Teampel to coordinate teamwork and get the job done fast.

Upon login, Lora heads to “Project” and creates a “Scheduled project” named “New-gen Activoice Launch”. Compared to regular projects, scheduled projects focus more on the relationship between tasks and can auto-schedule them based on working hours and progress.

Then Lora uses “Add member” to pull members from different departments into the new project, including people from PR, Marketing, Product Design, Sales, Consultation, etc. The CEO is also involved because a project is perfect for monitoring progress and giving timely guidance.

Lora then gets to “Advanced” and starts to set up workdays, planned start time, and manually adjust the current progress of this project. She also sets the project “Branding strategy” as the “Precedent project” of this new project, hoping it would provide more inspirations for the oncoming event!

As the person who created the project (the leader), Lora has the right to promote any member within the project as administrators (or demote them to members).

Now the project is all set! Lora moves to the project channel and put the tentative date of the event on the project bulletin . She then goes on to write down a welcome message and sends it to everyone onboard.

It’s about time to create some tasks and start working. Lora clicks on “Task” > “Create” and chooses “New task” from the menu. The task name goes “Location & Booking”, and then the description “PR and Marketing please start looking for suitable locations that can hold approximately 100 people at least. Submit a report on availability, pricing, transportation to Lora when it’s done.” To monitor the progress better, Lora sets herself as the “Leader” of the task and add the people from PR and Marketing as “Participants”. Then she adds Duration, Start time, and Deadline into the “Planned time” section: duration is 7 days, start time 8/31, and Deadline becomes 9/8 by automatic calculation (excluding weekends). That’s how you create a task!

TIPOnce the task Duration is set, the system will auto-calculate the planned task Deadline based on the Workdays of the project and the Planned start time of the task. If you change the planned start time, Deadline will adjusted based on task duration; similarly, if you change the deadline, the task Duration will be adjusted based on the planned start time.

Here comes the next task, “Creative marketing”. Lora also adds the product manager this time for fear that the marketers would go too far on their imagination without keeping the actual product specs in mind. Given the tight schedule, Lora sets the task “priority” as High and creates a REMINDER to notify people when the deadline draws nigh.

Meanwhile, the task “Product launch materials preparation” is created by the Marketing team and Design team, so that they can share information quickly, such as files, brochures, booklets, and videos. However, since “Creative Marketing” must be done first to decide the scope, Lora sets it as the “precedent task” of “Product launch materials preparation” by changing their relationship to Finish-to-Start (FS). This way, all members get to know what should be done first.

Suddenly a thought comes across Lora’s mind: the team could use the samples from another product launch two years ago. So she uploads them to Document by clicking on “Upload” and choosing “Upload file” . Then Lora opens a task, and under the “Quote” tab, she clicks on “Add file reference” and selects the files that she just uploaded. She knows too well people work faster with samples.

However, because Lora doesn’t put the planned start time after the deadline of the precedent task “Creative Marketing”, she sees a red line in the Gantt chart indicating there is a time conflict between these two tasks.

No worries! Since the project is a Scheduled project , Lora can re-adjust the task relationship using “Auto schedule” (also works for Ken, the administrator!). In the “Auto schedule” window, Lora clicks on “Auto schedule” to let the system reschedule the tasks, and click “Save changes” when everything is all set.

TIPYou can simply drag the task bar to reschedule. Drag the left edge of a task bar to adjust the Start time and the right edge to adjust the Deadline. Alternatively, click on somewhere around the middle of the bar to move the entire task bar (which has no effect on the task duration). You can also double-click on the task bar to open the task window.

SECRET MOVEIn Gantt Chart view, check “Show planned time” to show the planned times of all tasks; otherwise they are hidden.

For better task organization, the event planning/PR guy, Mickey, adds two subtasks to “Location Survey & Booking”: 1. “List suitable locations” 2. “Pin down final location”. The progress of the parent task (where the subtasks belong) will be affected by the progress of its subtasks.

People upload files to project so that all its members can use freely. To learn more about this, see Share Files.

Members would post “Notes” to projects and tasks just like using sticky notes. Whoever modifies the task progress or other changes must enter a mandatory task log, making every change traceable.

As tasks begin to reach 100% one by one, Lora goes to “Project” to modify the project progress. She right-clicks on the project, chooses “Project info” and updates the progress in the following window. Note that only project LEADER and ADMIN are allowed to update the project progress!

But how exactly do Lora and the CEO track the progress?Please go to the next chapter!

TIPThere is a feature called “Milestone” which makes important tasks/projects stand out in either list view or Gantt chart view.

Track Progress

A project might have tens or even hundreds of tasks, making transparency a crucial point to managers and members alike for achieving successful project management. We will expand on the product launch in the previous chapter and demonstrate how to manage projects with examples.Remember “task log” from the last chapter? For managers or members, all they have to do is to open the task, move to “History”, and view all logs and changes.

However, what if you are currently involved in, say, 60 tasks? How do you track progress that way? No worries. The “Task” tab in projects has all the tools you need to take control of the situation.

(A)Task filter

Organize all tasks of the current project. You can choose to use predefined filters or create a custom filter.


It works like its namesake (aka bookmark) in web browsers. Right-click on a task and select “Add to favorite” to put it into the Favorite folder. For removal, right-click on a task in Favorite and select “Remove from favorite”.

(C)Member task list

It shows all members in the project and the number of tasks in which they are involved. Select a member to display all of their tasks.

(D)Task views

You can switch between “List”, “Gantt Chart”, “Calendar”, and “Report” anytime you like.

TIPDo you want to send an overview picture the progresses of all tasks under the current project? Under “Project” > “Task”, select to view tasks with Gantt Chart and click on “Save picture” to generate a screenshot of the current Gantt chart, or a chart in a specified time frame.


Search tasks by keyword or custom criteria.

Meanwhile, the “Task Summary” tab under “Project” offers a panoramic view of all users, projects, and filters all in one place. A “list + Gantt Chart” view shows details of all tasks to the right.

TIPAs an option, you may add color tags to any task, which helps you tell the current status of the task in a glance. Right-click on any task and choose “Tags” from the menu items, and then choose a color from the submenu items. When finished, you will see the task(s) marked with the tag you just selected. To remove tags, select “Clear All” in the submenu. To manage or change tags, click on “Manage tags” on the “Task” toolbar, or select “Manage tags” in the aforementioned submenu.

Eventually, thanks to transparency and a meticulous approach to project/task management, “New-gen Activoice Launch” is not only a success, but also a revelation to the whole company about how Teampel could help them make progress by its instant messaging + project management features, which was unimaginable in the era dominated by emails and free apps.

SECRET MOVEToo many projects? Are you a participant or leader in there? And how far apart the planned and actual task time is? Here’s the answer: the “Dashboard” feature can export data of all selected to a .htm file that includes Project progress distribution count and stats of each leader, project execution time stats, and more. Please note that only projects with specified Start time/ Deadline will appear on the dashboard.

Be Expressive

At Teampel, you can change the size, font, color and style of the text, or capture screen and use emoticons.

  • Change text

    Click the “Font” button to show a toolbar for you to change settings.

  • Default Font Settings

    They will be applied to the text that you enter. Click “Font” to show the toolbar, and click “Default Font Settings” to show the “Font settings” box. Preview is available in the box below as you adjust the settings. Click “OK” when finished.

  • Screen Capture

    You can quickly and easily add a screenshot to your conversation to improve communication or capture information without leaving Teampel. You can also choose to hide the current window before capturing screen. Click the down arrow to the right of the button and select the option in the drop-down menu.

    But Teampel can do so much more than capturing screen. After you finish dragging a frame, a toolbar and frame size information will show, enabling you to add annotations such as rectangle, ellipse, arrow, text, and also change their color, size or thickness. The buttons to the right are Undo,Copy, Save as, Capture entire screen, Confirm capture and Cancel.When finished, click the checkmark button to paste the captured screen to the input box along with annotations, or click “X” to cancel.

    For instance, instead of strenuously explaining which part of the chart is incorrect, you can just capture the area and mark a red circle around it.

  • Emoji

    Outside of Teampel’s built-in emojis, you are able to “add” your own pictures or GIFs as emojis, and do things like setting hotkeys or replacing them. You can also take a screen shot of something you LIKE and right-click on it to save it as emoji!

Share Files

You can share a file or an entire folder through the following ways in Teampel:1-on-1 conversation, group and project.

  • 1-on-1 conversation

    Whenever you talk to an individual member, you enter the 1-on-1 conversation window. Click either the “Send File” or “Send Folder” button on the toolbar to select a file or folder. You may also drag a file or folder directly into the input box for quick sharing.

    Click the arrow icon on the right end of the toolbar to expand the side column, where you can view a list of transfer records that includes date, time, status, file type and name.

    There’s more to the transfer record list than what you would expect. Move the cursor over an item and an arrow icon will show to the right. Click it to open a drop-down menu that has options such as “Download” and “Save as”. You may also forward the file/ folder to another member, group of project.

  • Group

    Similarly, there are “Send File” and “Send Folder” buttons on the toolbar in Group. Click either of them to select a file or folder for sharing. All members in the same group will be able to view, download or delete any file or folder. You may also drag a file or folder directly into the input box for quick sharing.

    Click the arrow icon on the right end of the toolbar to expand the side column, where you can view the “File list” which is a list of transfer records within the group that includes date, time, status, file type and name.

    “Transfer” displays the file/ folder which are being uploaded and have been uploaded. You can delete uploaded file/ folder here to make it unavailable to the group.

    Move the cursor over an item and an arrow icon will show to the right. Click it to open a drop-down menu that has options such as Open and Save as. You may also forward the file/ folder to another member, group or project.

  • Project

    The “Document” tab under “Project” allows you to view and manage all project files. The great thing about it is its ability to organize various files with folders, and all project members can view, download, and move files. Please note a regular member can neither delete nor rename any file or folder.

    The toolbar in “Document” tab provides all the functions you need to manage files.

    • Upload

      Upload a file to the project.

    • Folder

      Upload a folder to the project.

    • Save as …

      Download the selected file/ folder to a specified location.

    • Delete

      Delete selected file/ folder.

    • Move to

      Move the selected file/ folder to a new location.

    • Rename

      Rename selected file/ folder.

    • Sort

      Sort all files/ folders by name, size, date created and in ascending or descending order.

    • Refresh

      Load the latest data from the server.

    The side column has 2 lists which, respectively, display files/ folders that are being uploaded and have been uploaded, and files/ folders which are being downloaded and have been downloaded.

    REMINDER“Download” means you will download selected files/ folders to a path created by Teampel. Choose Save as if you would like to specify a path yourself.

    TIPYou are allowed to set the size limit for single-file upload (1024 MB by default). You can change it as long as you have the permission to access the management system.

Personal Notes

The purpose of personal note is to give you a private notebook for work. The relationship between notebook and note is like that of book and page, i.e. a book can have many pages. This feature is often treated as a simplified version of Evernote. A note consists of subject and content. You are free to use different sizes, colors, and fonts and even add screenshot to the content. There is also a simple “Find” function for you to search by keyword.

  • Create Notebook

    Click to create a new notebook, or you can just right-click on the list of notebooks to the left and select “Create Notebook.” You can rename any notebooks that you create except the default one called “Personal notebook”. To rename a notebook, right-click on it and select “Rename”.

  • Create Note

    Click this button to create a new note. You can also right-click inside the note column in the middle and select “Create Note”.

  • Delete Note

    Delete the selected note. You can also right-click a note in the mid-column and select “Delete”.

    TIPThe first note of the first notebook will always be the one you see when you enter “Personal Note”. This also applies when you switch to another notebook, meaning there will always be a selected note.

    REMINDERTo delete a notebook, right-click on one and select “Delete”.

  • Sort

    Sort notes of the current notebook by Subject or Date modified.

  • Sync

    Load the latest personal note data from server.

  • List /Card view

    Choose a way to view notes.

  • Search

    Enter a keyword to search for matched notes. “Advanced search” supported.

Calendar, Broadcast, and Poll

  • Calendar

    It shows all tasks of the projects you select. In addition, you can create events as personal reminders for, say, an appointment next week or a business trip.

    Calendar consists of two areas: 1. the project area to the left, and 2. the calendar to the right. Select one or multiple projects to show their tasks on the calendar based on the start dates and deadlines. Select “My Calendar” to also display personal events.

    You can create personal events, switch between weekly and monthly view, change month, and jump to today by using the calendar toolbar.

  • Broadcast

    Broadcast is designed to instantly deliver important information to all selected recipients. It could be a policy update, server maintenance or even someone’s birthday.

    To send a broadcast message, go to “More” > “Broadcast,” enter a subject and recipients (enter part of the recipient’s name or choose from the division tree to the right). When finished, click “Send” to deliver the message in the form of a pop-up window on screens of the recipients.

    There are 3 default categories under “Broadcast”: “Received,” “Sent” and “Draft”. “Received” collects every single broadcast message you’ve got; “Sent” contains all broadcast messages that you have sent; and “Draft” holds the broadcast messages you have created but not yet finished. Each category can be expanded and collapsed.

    Select a broadcast message and click “Delete” to delete.

    The “Sort” function lets you view all broadcast messages by certain conditions.

    Finally, you can use Search to locate specific broadcast messages by keyword.

    TIPFor people who often need to send similar broadcast messages, just right-click the message and select “Copy to new broadcast”.

  • Poll

    Poll is an unique feature in Teampel. Generally speaking, it helps people make decisions in a democratic way—like the destination for incentive travel, which cafe to go to for group meeting, or whatever you can think of.

    To start a poll, go to “More” > “Poll” and click on “New Poll”. The poll event will show on your channel list (however, other people will see the poll only after it is launched) and you need to fill in the required information. See the example below for reference:

    1. Poll question

      The subject of the poll, e.g. “2019 Incentive Travel Destination”.

    2. Description

      Detailed information of the poll, e.g. “Everyone please come and vote for your dream destination for the annual incentive travel!”

    3. Poll options

      The options presented to the participants. Not only are you able to decide the number of options, but also add a picture to each option for visual reference. Click “Add Option” to add an option or click the “X” button (appears to the right of an option as you hover the cursor over) to delete one.Further, you can use the options at the bottom to decide the type of poll (Single or Multiple choice), how the outcome is going to be displayed (e.g. whether to let participants know the result) and end date .Assume you’re planning for an incentive travel , you can set “Netherland (Giethoorn) 10 days,” “Greece (Santorini) 10 days”, “Maldives 6 days”, and “Alaska, Fairbanks 10 days” as the candidates for destination.

    4. Add participant

      Select poll participants from the division tree. You may check the checkbox at the bottom to include yourself.

    When you are ready, hit that “Launch” button and let all participants see the poll on their channel list. Use “Refresh” to learn the latest poll progress, turnout rate, etc.

    There are 3 default categories under “Poll,” which are “Ongoing,” “Draft” and “Finished”.

    1. Ongoing

      It displays all ongoing polls in which you are involved.

    2. Draft

      It contains polls that you have created but not yet launched.

    3. Finished

      This is an archive for finished polls that you had taken part in.

    Finally, you can use Search to locate specific polls by keyword.

    TIPFor people who often need to conduct similar polls, just right-click the message and select “Copy to new broadcast”.