Creating teams and adding members

To get the most out of Napp® separate your people into different teams. You can add as many teams as you want, and a user can also be a member of several teams. Think of teams as a way to “tag” your users.

What you will get

Teams is a feature that is essential to ensuring relevance. By adding your users to the teams that they work in, you can easily segment the distribution of your content and ensure that users in a given team always see content that is relevant to them, when they log in to Napp.

We highly recommend you structure your teams in a way which makes sense to your organisational structure. You could create teams for your departments, Sales, Marketing and Management, for example. If you’re a big nordic company, you might also want to create teams for Denmark, Norway and Sweden. You can also separate them completely into Sales DK, Sales NO and Sales SE and so on.

Teams is also a great way of segmenting the statistics of your users, so if you have a team of your own with a few people, consider creating that as a team, too. The options are endless and creating teams will make it a lot easier for you to manage your platform. But how you structure teams is of course up to you – just give it some thought, or contact us if you’d like to get some help. What teams your users are in will impact what they have access to when we get to creating categories.

What you need

Before you throw yourself into creating teams, we recommend that you check out our infographic about how Teams work in Napp® if you haven't seen it already!

What to do

  1. Click Manage in the main menu and navigate to Teams
  2. Click the New button in the upper right corner of the screen.
  3. Give your team a name. Team name is required. 
  4. Add members to the team by searching for their names in the field.
  5. That's it. Click Save if you're done or Save and New if you want to create another team. 

Remember to also add teams to your categories to give the team members access to the content in that category. Check out our infographic about how Categories work in Napp® or jump straight into Creating categories for content in Napp®.

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