Account admins can easily set, update, and edit account settings within Friday.
To access your Account Settings, simply log in to your Friday Pulse account, click on your organization name in the top right of the page and then click on "Account settings" from the dropdown.
Click on the logo image to upload your logo or simply drag and drop your logo across.
This shows up in the invitation emails each week and when your users are logged in so it's a good idea to choose something that is meaningful to your team or organization, but also to keep it short.
This is your default timezone and makes sure the invitation emails and when Friday Pulse questions open and close happen at the right time for you. We recommend you choose the timezone that works for the majority of your teams or users, or where your head office is. If needed, you can set other timezones, for users in different timezones, in "Locations".
Your default country. Most likely your head office location.
The country, sector and whole organization size most relevant to benchmark your scores against our research data. Read more on selecting your benchmarks.
Here you can choose who can see individual Notes: the Thank yous, Celebrations, Frustrations and Ideas. By default this is set so only members of the same team can see these Notes, but it can be set so the Notes are visibile to all users across the organization.
By default, three or more people from a team or group must have responded for the average scores to be shown. It is possible to increase this minimum if you prefer even stronger anonymity.
This is when the first email to participate in Friday Pulse each week will be sent. We recommend you choose a day and time to send emails as late as possible in the week that will still capture as many people as possible. The default start time is 2pm on Fridays and it can be set to be either Thursdays or Fridays, between 8am and 9pm in your set timezone.
This is when Friday Pulse will close for the week and everyone will receive an email encouraging them to take a look at the results. We suggest you leave Friday Pulse open no longer than necessary - the default end time is 1pm on Monday and it can be set to be either Mondays or Tuesdays, between 8am and 9pm in your set timezone.
You'll notice there are no reminder time settings - these are handled automatically, depending on your Close settings.
This shows the date your next Culture Profile is scheduled for. If you would like change this, please contact Friday Pulse via firstname.lastname@example.org
This shows the number of weeks over which your Culture Profile questions will be asked to users. If a user responds to one or more of the Culture Profile questions in one week, they will not be asked them the following week. The default duration is one week. If you would like to change the number of weeks the Culture Profile questions are asked, please contact Friday Pulse via email@example.com
You can switch the pause on to temporarily stop all your users receiving Friday Pulse emails. For instance, you might want to do this over a festive period when you know a lot of users will be off. Once you're ready to start using Friday Pulse again, just log in and switch the pause off again.
Here you can set up the message sent to users when you first start using Friday Pulse. Find out more about personalizing the invitation message
This is the message that will be included in the invitation email from your Face of Friday.
Choose the user who the welcome message will come from. Remember to add their picture in the People area of Friday
Use this button to send test emails to yourself ahead of your launch.
Shows you how many user licences you have in total and your account type.
Here you can set up your Slack integration to receive participation invitations and reminders directly in Slack, as well as get a results overview and add notes from within your workstation. Read more about connecting your Friday account to Slack.