Having helped over 120,000 teams simplify their communication with Flock, we have gathered some best practices to help new teams succeed faster. Here are a few recommendations:
Identify a core team to evaluate Flock
Introducing a new tool and getting the entire team to adopt it can be tricky. Start by identifying a core group of people who can help you evaluate Flock and, later, introduce it to the team. Let them understand the nuances of the tool and then share their findings with the others.
Set up a project on Flock
Pick a project and create a channel for it. Add everyone involved in the project to the channel, create to-dos, and track them for a week. Encourage your team to discuss tasks and share updates in the channel and it becomes your one place to manage the entire project.
Manage your team’s permissions
Manage permissions such as who can invite new users, who can join the team, and add approved domains (users with emails from these domains can easily discover and join your team by signing up for Flock).
Know more: Secure your team
Get Flock on the go
Flock works across platforms and devices so you can stay connected and never miss a thing. We recommend that you download and install Flock on your desktop and mobile devices
Know more: Download Flock