Profiles tell you everything you need to know about people and teams. This includes where they’re situated in the company and all their contact information. You can also view their interests, photos, content, skills, etc.
Employees can add in the different ways to contact them, and details of the different locations they work from. All this can be synced to/from other systems.
Employee managed profile fields
Your System Administrator sets up which profile fields employees can maintain, and which are locked down.
Employees decide who gets to see profile fields they enter: everyone in the organization, only people on teams with them, or only System Administrators.
Personal email privacy
System Administrators can set up accounts where the primary email address is hidden. Use this to set up accounts with personal email accounts that cannot be shared.
Sync to/from Google
Google integrated customers can provision and invite users, and import or sync employee data/photos to or from their Google domain.
Everything is auto-tagged so it can be found via search.
Skills and qualifications
Employees can list their skills and qualifications. These can also be bulk uploaded from another system and exported in bulk.
Each employee and team gets a profile photo. These can be locked down or employee provided. Employee profile photos can be bulk uploaded and downloaded.
The roles tab in profiles shows all the different teams a user contributes to. It includes quick links to where these roles reside in the org structure (via TEAMS).
Search can find someone by common nicknames. So, if you search for “Theodore” your results will include “Ted”.
Birthdays and join dates
Birthdays and join dates are recognized in Activity and weekly email Digest. Individuals also receive a birthday card and anniversary congratulations via email.
Custom filter, org units, location, and badges
All the groups that the individual belongs to are shown in their profile. System Administrators can set which of these the employee is able to update via their profile.
In addition to being associated with one or more “official” locations, employees can add their home office.
This is an optional field that is normally used to designate job classifications, such as “Welder level II”.
Type a Skype link into your profile so people can start a Skype call with you in a click.
There is an optional field with values that come from a company-wide list. Another that can be configured however the employee wishes.
Bio, interests, links, photos, and attachments
Employees can populate their bio, add photos, share their interests, and add links to websites.
Any kind of file can be attached to a profile, such as research reports and development plans. The content will be indexed and found via search.
Users can add tags for things they want to be found for (as they work to develop their career in your company) or they can block tags that aren’t appropriate.
System Administrators can monitor stats around what fraction of employees have completed various key parts of their profile. They can also download further details.
Export to your phone’s contact center
Export contact information for a colleague to your phone.
Export all employee data
System Administrators can extract all employee data, either to update it in bulk, or to use it for other purposes.
See everyone on a team at a glance, including collaborators. Download this to vCards or a spreadsheet, including key contact information.
Team contact person
See who leads a team. Where it makes sense, designate someone else as the team’s contact person.
Clarify exactly what your team does in one paragraph. This also helps your team to be found via search.
Team photo or icon, links, and photos
Teams can upload a photo or icon to depict themselves across the platform. They can also add links and photos.
Our powerful List Selector allows you to quickly dial up specific combinations of people to create an exact target audience.
You can then reach that exact audience, in News, Events, Discussions, or Library. And it’s dynamic—when a new person is hired, they’ll automatically see everything they need.
Jostle notifications alert users to things they need to see without creating unnecessary noise:
- Red dots, in platform, guide users to new content.
- Email, browser, and mobile notifications that can be user optimized.
- Mandatory notifications for must-read content.