TL;DR: Igloo Community Roundup
Share Your Feedback
In partnership with the Community Roundtable we encourage you to participate in the 12th Annual State of the community Management Survey. This research helps to guide thousands of community, engagement and IT leaders. The feedback and results help community program owners create business plans, roadmaps and management expectations and performance benchmarks.
Check out the Product Zone to submit and vote on Igloo ideas. The Product team uses these insights to inform the roadmap for development - here are a few favourites from January to check out once you've made your Ideas account.
- Displaying date of content and comments instead of relative date HERE
- Space analytics from the space admin panel HERE
- Page header configuration options HERE
- Syncing members from Dayforce HERE
- Sync MS Teams ID to user profile HERE
Review Product News
Brad Rooke hosts Igloo's Vice President of Product Strategy, Sean Duffy, for a webinar. Check out the recording for a peek behind the curtain with the new Celebrations widget and widget theming.
Check out the details on January's release, including accessibility enhancements to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
This month Jim writes on creating a realistic timeline, governance planning, and a COP for content creators. New to the acronym COP? Jim explains.
Power line: "You are the final authority on what goes to your inbox." Jim discusses notifications and the cycle 62 feature that allows for the administrative updating of email addresses.
Celebrate Community Managers
On January 25th, CMAD took on new meaning after a challenging year that taught so many about the vital role Community Managers play. While the titles may differ, these leaders are celebrated for all their efforts in empowering their communities.
With over 60 replies, the Igloo Community gave a shout out to the Community Managers that make our jobs better.
Igloo CEO, Mike Gaburo, applauds the tireless efforts of the people who kept our workplace communities alive and well in 2020.
Community Managers had one of the most important (and hardest!) jobs in 2020. With the sudden and dramatic changes to the workplace, organizations called on Community Managers to find ways to keep employees engaged and informed as they adjusted to their new work environment.
Dive into the Time Capsule
We all know the saying "it takes 21 days to make or break a habit". By implementing a 21-day plan through a variety of tactics and campaigns, you can drive desired employee behavioral changes within your Digital Workplace and overall increase engagement and adoption.
Intranets, Slack, Teams, and the digital workplace - can these be reconciled into a destination site?
This article from March still rings true. Discussing "the me, the we, the us" of digital workplaces and reconciling applications to a digital destination.
The shortest month of the year is here. Happy February.