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After you add an E2E user as a friend and that user accepts your friend request (see the FAQ "How do I add a friend on E2E?"), you can send he/she a private message on E2E. Here, you'll learn how to send a private message to a friend and where to go to view a private message from a friend.
Sending a private message
1. Start at e2e.ti.com
2. Type the name of your added E2E friend in the blue search box.
3. In the drop down, select "people."
4. Click the name of your friend.
5. From your friend's profile, click the blue "connect" button in the right hand corner.
6. Click "send a private message."
7. Create a subject and include your message in the rich text editor description box. In the rich text editor, you can include images, videos, files, etc.
8. Click "send message" when your message is complete.
Receiving a private message
2. Click the message box with a notification that is next to your user icon in the upper right hand corner of the page.
3. From your inbox page, you can reply to a private message using the rich text editor.
4. Click "reply."
5. You can delete the conversation by clicking the blue "delete" button in the upper right hand corner of the page.
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