During the sign-up process, you will be asked to create your first group. This is your starting point for all next steps. You can also create other groups and use them too to onboard your program.
Generally you can proceed to onboarding your roster (please refer here)
However, there can be a couple of approaches to adopting Keedgo: a) run a small pilot, b) go all in! We recommend the latter since it saves you time and you will like the app anyway, whether it's a pilot or a fully adopted solution!
If you want to run a pilot, try these steps:
- Invite one of your colleagues as a staff (refer to this article)
- Invite another one as a parent (refer to this article) (refer to this article)
Try Keedgo's features such as announcements, messaging, photo sharing or event scheduling
Similarly, you can run a pilot with a small group of parents and staff members.
Go all in!
There are no strict rules for how you populate Keedgo app but here are a few considerations:
- If your primary use of Keedgo is communication, proceed to on-boarding your roster right away: invite staff and then invite parents (refer to this section). You can then immediately start messaging and sending announcements.
- If event scheduling is important, then you might want to set up your events (refer to this article) prior to inviting parents so that when parents join they already see a set schedule.