Thanks For Trying ChatFox! We want to ensure that you and your team have the resources necessary to build a great remote team culture with ChatFox. There are some important steps to take in order to make sure that your team is ready to get started. Before getting started you should take a look at our getting started guide, book an onboarding call and introduce us to your team:
During the call we can get a better understanding of what you are trying to achieve and how we can help make it a reality. Get product training and ways to test and scale ChatFox on your team.
When ever there is a drive to build or improve your corporate culture it is important that all stakeholders within the organization are involved. Clear communication leads to a smoother implementation, better adoption and a higher return on investment. You take care of the notifications and we’ll take care of the user experience.
Here is a sample message you can send:
"Hey Team, I wanted to let everyone know that we are implementing a Slack app called ChatFox that will help increase team engagement and reinforce our team values. They do this with multiple chats, icebreaker questions, coffee chats, and ShoutOuts. The responses to the chats are posted on the feed of the designated channel. You can learn more about how it works here: https://chatfox.app/user-academy/"
Our Icebreakers, Coffee Chats and ShoutOuts work a little bit different than the other guys. The chats are very straight forward but your users will need to connect their own calendar and add their birthday.
The level of testing depends on the size of your organization. If you expect to have more than 20 people in the designated Slack channel you are going to want to test ChatFox on a Slack channel with fewer users first. Testing is not to make sure that it works, it is to be informed of how it works so that you can field any questions from your team. If you decide to test with a group of less than 8 you will be able to test with a free plan. If you want to test with more people then email firstname.lastname@example.org. We like to play it safe, we hope you do too!
The term virtual coffee can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. There are endless articles on how to build company culture and facilitate communication across distributed teams.
Easy-to-use non-violent communication-based employee feedback is something that most organizations have been missing. Providing team feedback is one of the biggest challenges for organizations and managers. Most Gen Xers do not find their feedback helpful.
Setting up custom questions, values, behaviors, and norms are easy with ChatFox. You can simply add or remove any question from our Icebreakers to focus on key questions that are important to your team's culture. Or you can add values, behaviors, and norms that team members reinforce by recommending them in Shout Outs.
Evaluating team engagement is one of the biggest challenges for any leader. Traditionally team member engagement has been evaluated using employee surveys, testing, and behavioral observation. ChatFox Engagement Charts provide a new and effective way to observe remote team member engagement.
We have built a relevant team member profile that includes insights into who they are as a professional, as a team member and as a human being. Team member profiles highlight endorsements from actual team members who work together on a daily basis.
Making sure that our service does not conflict with already proven team events has been key in seeing our engagement grow.
We built ChatFox Shout Outs because team member recognition is an important contribution to any great culture. Teams that work closely together value the contributions of their team members and want to recognize their team member's work.
We built ChatFox Coffee Chats so that you as a team member have the ability to connect at a meaningful level with colleagues across your organization in order to build new professional relationships.
Our icebreaker feature was built to build rapport among remote team members so that it is easier to build working relationships and communicate with team members.
Getting Started With ChatFox. Testing, channel setup, feature activation, chat cadences.