Our team has been hard at work behind the scenes with some exciting upcoming releases, so today we’re sharing three small product wins inspired by customer feedback 🎉

  • New in-app helper tools

  • Update to G-Suite account provisioning

  • Update to Smart Emails

New in-app helper tools 🛠

To best support your day-to-day Sapling experience, we’re bringing the power of the Knowledge Base directly into the product.

Keep an eye out for tutorials on new features, important reminders, and extra guidelines on maximizing Sapling to best support you and your team.

G-Suite Account Provisioning Improvements 📨

When a new hire joins the company, we often learn during preboarding of any updates to their name, including if they have a “preferred” name. This could create an extra step for you during or after onboarding to update the new hire’s G-Suite account email address.

If your new hire updates their first, last, or preferred name during preboarding, Sapling now automatically updates their company G-Suite account email.

For example: Timothy (Tim) Wilson may have started with

timothy.wilson@yourcompany.com, but G-Suite will automatically update that tim.wilson@yourcompany.com if Tim updates his Preferred Name.

To learn more about our integration with G-Suite, check out our G-Suite integration guide.

Clearly know the status of all Smart Emails 📨

Sapling’s Smart Email gives you the power to instantly see the status of your People Ops communication within your organization.

Based on your feedback, we’ve added clarity to each email’s status to make this as actionable as possible. Now, you’ll see a status of Opened, Delivered, or Not Delivered for every email communication.

For additional insight on email statuses and their definitions, check out our Smart Emails help article.

What’s next?

We are currently in the final stages of our Smart Assignment beta, launching officially at the end of May 2020.

If you are in the beta program and haven’t filled out our feedback form yet, we would love to hear from you. Your feedback is critical for this feature to be as helpful as possible.

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