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.
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Flow template example: Give Recognition Flow
Celebrate your teammates’ successes with our Recognition Flow in Assembly!
Who can use this feature?
Only participants in a flow can answer a flow (NOTE: by default, everyone in your Assembly is a participant in the Celebrate a Teammate flow. Anyone that is a Viewer for this Flow can see the Flow's feed.
What to expect
Once a flow occurrence is triggered, all participants are notified and prompted to answer the flow.
Unless the flow is configured to allow participants to answer at any time, participants can only answer the flow once for each occurrence (they can answer it again as soon as the flow is triggered again).
If a flow is configured to allow participants to answer the flow at any time, participants can answer the flow even if the flow has not been triggered (for example, Celebrate a Teammate can be answered at any time by default).
Below is a quick video showing you how to answer a flow via our Give Recognition template:
Clickthe flow under Flows To Do or any flow listed under Answer Anytime
Complete all of the blocks and click Post. All viewers will be able to see your response, except if you post privately.
How to post privately
All flows have private posting enabled. If posting privately, only the flow owner and the participant who is posting will be able to see the response in the main feed, flow feed, and the participant’s profile feed.
After completing the steps above, before clicking Post, click the down arrow next to Post.
Toggle the post privately switch on
Click Post Privately. This will only notify and display in the feed for the person or people you celebrated, as well as the flow owner.