To make use of Pyn's Read and Accept add-on, simply send a short message or a link to a policy by Slack or email and employees can click to confirm they have read and agreed to the content.

How to create a Read and Accept message

⚠️ If you want to send your message via Slack, make sure your Slack Workspace is connected with Pyn

To create a Read and Accept message:

  • Select Create

  • Add your message heading

  • Add your message text For policies or content that employees may want to review or return to, we recommend linking to the content. This allows employees to bookmark or more easily find the content later.

  • Click on An acknowledgement or confirmation of the content under Add to this. This will pop up a button and a new content section.

  • Click on the button to edit the text as needed (i.e., Accept policy, Acknowledge, Agree to terms, Confirm, etc)

  • Add a short confirmation message that recipients will receive after clicking on the button.

How to remove the Read and Accept section

To remove the button and corresponding text section click the ... to the left of the button and select Remove.

View Acceptance Rates for your message

Check Individual Readership Stats

  1. Log into Pyn

  2. Select the Sent tab

  3. Search for the name or email address of the employee and click on the Pyn. On the left of the Pyn, you'll be able to see the status whether it's Sent, Clicked or Read. In the case of a Read and Accept message, you will see if the message has been Accepted.

Check Readership Stats for Multiple Recipients

  1. Select the Sent tab

  2. Search for the title of the Pyn or for the name or email address of the recipient.

  3. Click on the Pyn. To the left of the Pyn, the status will indicate whether it's Sent, Clicked, or Read. If there are multiple recipients, you will see a dash.

  4. Click the purple Stats button on the top right of your screen to see the percentage of recipients who have Clicked or Read the Pyn. In the case of a Read and Accept message, you will see the percentage of recipients who have Accepted.

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