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Show activities (tasks, events, emails) in Chatter feeds

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I would like to see Chatter feeds for Activities or Tasks that are posted on records that I am following.  For example, if a user adds a Task for an Opporutnity I am following, I would like to receive a Chatter feed notification.


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Update 11/13/2012 - Kayvaan Ghassemieh, Salesforce Product Management

We're excited to say that we're starting to roll out activities in chatter feeds with Spring '13.  We're starting with tasks.  You'll be able to create a task from a record's Chatter feed and you'll see tasks created on a record (e.g. an opportunity) show up in the task's Chatter feed.  We're starting pretty simple but we'll continue to enhance it.

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  • Kayvaan Ghassemieh - 8 years ago

    Peter Hsieh - task feed items in a contact's feed won't roll up through to the account's feed yet.  We're still working through how to model rollup-type relationships for feeds.  But we are definitely thinking about these kinds of behaviors.
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