So, if you've seen the Sora demo, you've probably seen a screen like this.
The workflow builder. Full of all sorts of tasks, with different trigger dates, and due dates, tags and filters.
But that's what Sora looks like from the view of the People team. Let's take a look at it from the perspective of an employee. The person in the workflow.
First, let's look at emails because most often those are the first steps in a workflow. Some sort of communication. And in Sora, that can look however you want it to look.
If you want to make it look like a person sat down and wrote it in Gmail, including all the pieces of employee data, it can look like that.
But if you want it to look like a formatted email coming from the company, with styling and graphics, it can look like that too.
Either by pasting in HTML code, or using our HTML-email editor.
The next most common task for an employee is just a simple task assignment.
When an assignment task is triggered, the employee will get an email that looks like this. Letting them know what they need to do when they need to do it, and giving them a button to easily mark it as complete.
They'll also be able to see the task when they log into Sora, right in the simplified employee dashboard.
From there, they can click any open task to see more details and to mark the task complete.
And then there's the survey task. When a survey task is triggered, but it'll take them to a screen that looks like this, where they can quickly fill it out and submit it.