Keep your company & team engaged and in the loop by posting regular updates, articles, bulletins and announcements. Each article has it's own permission settings, so you can ensure that the right people are getting the right communications at exactly the right times.
Click here for a tutorial on creating or editing news articles.
Choose to notify users or require them to confirm receipt, and with visibility over who opens the articles, keeping track of who's in the loop has never been easier! 
Common examples of content posted within the News module:
  • Regular Company updates (weekly, monthly, etc)
  • New service or product launches
  • Supplier or Systems changes
  • Coronavirus announcements
  • Memos or bulletins
  • Reminders
  • Legislation or Regulatory changes
  • Highlights from Awards nights or Conferences 
  • Achievements or Milestones (birthdays, work anniversaries)
  • New location openings
  • Team/Individual spotlights
  • Special Project updates
  • and so much more! 
The News module and dashboard widget can be renamed from the System Settings, if your organisation prefers another term (Eg: What's Happening, Bulletin Board, Announcements, etc).

The article list will display 11 articles total, ordered by "pinned" first and then most recently posted after. The most recent article will display at the top of the widget in full width (or the pinned one, if you have any pinned), and the following 10 will display in half width underneath. There is a "Load More" button once the 11 articles has been surpassed, which users can press if they wish to see the next, older 11 articles. Example below.

The "Featured" articles display in a carousel banner. This banner will cycle through the featured articles, ordered by "pinned" first (if any), and then most recently posted after. It's completely optional to have featured articles, and not required. The widget will disappear completely if there are no featured articles, so it doesn't take up space on the dashboard. It will reappear once an article has been featured. Example below. 
Articles are searchable via the platform-wide search bar found in the top toolbar. The search will find results based on article titles as well as body content. Example below.