How to answer a flow

Updated on
April 27, 2021

What is a Flow? 

A Flow is a fully customizable template that can be edited and personalized to fit your workflow’s needs (see our Flow template solutions here). You can add or remove questions, change their answer type (i.e. Dropdown, Scale, and more), who can participate and view the feed, the way you want to receive response notifications, and personalize it to match your company culture. 

Flow template example: Give Recognition Flow

Celebrate your teammates’ successes with our Recognition Flow in Assembly! 

Who can use this feature?

Any member with a Normal or Giver status can give recognition in Assembly. 

What to expect
  • Only members with an allowance can give points with their recognition 
  • Recognition can be given privately, but this feature must be enabled by your Assembly’s admin 
  • Only companies on a paid plan (not a free plan) can configure and add core values to recognition

Below is a quick video showing you how to answer a flow via our Give Recognition template:

How to give recognition
  1. From, make sure you are viewing the Main Feed.
  1. From the Main Feed, click Celebrate a teammate
  1. Choose people you would like to celebrate. You can select one or multiple people.

  1. Write a message explaining the awesome, amazing thing(s) your teammate(s) did. You can also add a GIF to make it more fun!

  1. If your company is on a paid plan and has core values set up, select a core value that best matches up with your teammate(s) accomplishment(s).
  1. If you have an allowance, add trophies to reward your teammate(s) on top of celebrating their amazing work.
  1. Click Post. This will post your recognition to the Main Feed. 
How to post privately

If your admin has enabled private recognition, you can post privately. 

  1. After completing the steps above, before clicking Post, click the down arrow next to Post.
  1. Toggle the post privately switch on
  1. Click Post Privately. This will only notify and display in the feed for the person or people you celebrated, as well as Assembly admins. 

Recognition tip: You can also give recognition in Slack or give recognition in MS Teams directly if your Assembly is connected to either or both of those chat apps.