Congratulations on creating your Samepage account! The path of efficient team collaboration waits before you.
Samepage is a team collaboration solution that gives you the tools to communicate, share files, create documents, manage tasks, and so much more – all in one place.
What makes Samepage so awesome is its flexibility. You can customize how you use Samepage to suit the way you work. So let's explore how to best set up Samepage for your organization.
How you intend to use Samepage will determine the way you set up and organize your teams. Don't worry if you haven't decided yet; you can always adjust as you go. That's the beauty of Samepage.
Below are a few typical use cases for Samepage you can consider:
Take a moment to think about the goals and any improvement processes you'd like your team or organization to achieve by using Samepage. This will guide your next steps for setting up and onboarding new users.
Tip: Invite a colleague you work closely with to join Samepage. Brainstorm ideas on a Team Page or chat 1:1 about how your team or organization can use Samepage.
Should you start using Samepage with a small group or have your entire organization make the switch? The choice is completely up to you – there's no right or wrong way to start. Whichever way you decide, here are a few tips to help you succeed:
If you plan to use Samepage to collaborate in a group, or simply prefer to start with a small team, go ahead and invite your teammates.
You don't have to create any teams just yet – start in the default Everyone team, and communicate and create pages there. Once your group becomes accustomed to working in Samepage, you can decide when to move forward and create new teams.
If you plan to use Samepage as a central hub for information or would like your entire organization to make the switch to Samepage, no problem!
Tip: Make a collective effort to exclusively communicate and share information in Samepage. This will help users get accustomed to Samepage faster, decrease reliance on email, and bring content and conversations to one place.
Communication is key to getting people on the same page. When onboarding new users, be sure to provide the following information and resources:
A short demonstration of Samepage is a great way for getting new users up and running quickly. Be sure to go over basic features such as:
The Main Navigation Menu - Everything you need to do in Samepage starts right here. The main nav is the control center to access your teams, calendar, tasks, and chat conversations. The main nav is also where you'll see notifications of unread messages, @mentions, and new tasks that have been assigned to you.
My Teams - Teams are at the very heart of using Samepage. A team can be anything, like a project, a department in your company, or a common interest.
Team Page - within each team, are team pages. This is where the actual work happens – you can use pages to take meeting notes, plan projects, share information, and more. Team Pages are live, so you can collaborate together at the same time and see every edit as it happens!