Confo, The best tool can be described as a real-time messaging panel of the company, picked up a new trick this week: automatic representations.
It's very common in the corporate world: you need to send something to all the employees in your company, but you Also You must know exactly who saw it (and of course who did not) In fact Got a note? Can you say that everyone has seen some mandatory reading? Who still needs to see it?
You can try using e-mail read receipts, but those are hit or miss – especially since many e-mail clients disable them by default at the moment. You can make everyone sign a model saying they saw the document in question, but that's a pain in the rear. When all you need is a menu that says "Yes, these employees have seen this full text of ads" so you can meet the new compliance requirements, should not be complicated.
And Confu New tool makes it easy: Write your post like anything else, but check the "Recipients must acknowledge it" box before sending it.
When it appears in the timeline of your Convo colleagues' index, it will be totally confused, except for the subject line and asking them to recognize the bulletin. Once they get to know them deliberately, the participation is unclear, and the original poster gets an alert to let them know that someone has read it, and the reader's name goes from "not seen" to the "seen" list.
To be clear, this is not a security feature; there are ways to circumvent the blackout without formally recognizing it. Hell, you can just say "Hi Jim, have you ever opened this post? Let me see it on your phone. The point here does not prevent anyone in the company from seeing something, but in Make sure Everyone has seen something, and they have a list created automatically to meet any compliance requirements. If you use Convo Group features correctly, they should only appear to the people you intend to view in the first place.
The feature came out earlier this week. Will be available to all Convo networks for the next month to be able to check out, and at this point expect to be limited to customers at the enterprise level.