There are key differences between posts and pages, and how they could be used in P2.
- Posts in P2 are best for asynchronous communication.
- Collaboration between multiple people is built upon the discussion generated in the Comments
Comments are the main way in P2 for you and your team to reply to posts and keep the conversation going. They’re located at the bottom of each post, and are organized in threads. Learn more.
- Posts belong in a chronological stream. The date is relevant.
- A Post
Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order.
Posts can be used to share ideas or updates, get feedback, discuss topics, make decisions, etc.
- Pages in P2 are ideal for stable information and global documentation of things that don’t need a lot of discussion.
- The publishing date of a page is usually irrelevant.
- Many people can contribute to the same page, updating or expanding it over time.
- A page in P2 is conceptually equivalent to a Google Doc or a PDF.
Pages can be used to document processes, long-term plans, how-tos, company policies, etc.