We're currently rebuilding our on-boarding process...
Our tool is a team solution and the user only sees the real benefit when their team is connected to our product.
What are some good methods to encourage users to invite their team?
Things we have already tried:
- Free flow text input asking user to type emails separated by commas.
- Giving the option of team vs individual plan (team plan being default and wording strongly suggesting this is the recommended plan)
- Basic bullets explaining the benefits of creating a team.
Our users connect their email account to our product, so we are (in some cases) able to identity users who share the same email domain, we're thinking of either automatically suggesting who they should add, allowing the user to simply un-tick the ones they don't want to invite, or automatically inviting all users who have that email domain. I know Path did something similar to this and got some bad press but...
We want to be more bold in how we approach this because we know our tool is more valuable when the team is connected.
We will also try to encourage users to invite team members when they are using the product, this will come later.
Any ideas/war stories welcome...