Karma bot news flash. We’ve been accepted into Y Combinator Startup School 2018 Advisor Track and trying to iterate as often as possible and, most importantly, connect to our customers.
Karma bot is a people culture chat bot for high-performing teams. Available on Slack, MS Teams and Telegram. (HipChat Karma bot format is also supported.)
Using any of those at work? Please check out https://karmabot.chat The first impression is very important. A couple of questions to the friendly community:
- What would you change in the in-chat on-boarding tour?
- What is clearly missing from the product?
Your help will be much appreciated.
Customers that get the most value out of Karma bot are usually the teams of 20+ size. At that scale chats become messy and the founders/managers begin to lose grasp on the current state of affairs in daily conversations: threads, channels, direct messages. At some point, it is hard to impossible to know who did a good job.
Karma bot helps team mates to share karma points and provide micro-feedback on a regular basis.
In the long run, this helps team leaders to recognise best performers and strong communicators. The bot can automatically assign a category to each karma request. At the end of the year/quarter, a simple appreciation token like
@user ++ for being a good sport can help an employee to get a bonus or a promotion.
Here, we’ve created Karma bot Explained page to showcase the usual story.
October 2018 Stats
- 1,197 active teams
- Notable clients: VMWare, Nokia Video
- 1,633 teams, 14,584 users
- Microsoft HQ office in Seattle is using it.
- 106 teams
- 4,000 teams
- 325,000 users
- +100 teams per week
What feature shall we implement next?
- Performance reports
- Anonymous peer / company feedback (e.g. glassdoor.com, officevibe.com)
- Your suggestion