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Inviting new teammates

Pyrus was designed for teamwork. You can work by yourself, but that’s not nearly as fun or effective. Exciting work can get done when collaborative magic happens.

Let your teammates know that they will receive an invitation to join Pyrus. Write an introductory note to them about it or use our template.

Inviting teammates to Pyrus

You can add teammates by clicking Add people or going to the User management section.

Pyrus Tip: You can also create a task and type in your teammate’s email as the assignee to generate an invitation.

1. In the dialog box, enter the email address of the person you want to invite.

2. Determine whether you are adding a team member to your company, or asking a business partner to create a Pyrus corporate account to make collaboration easier.

3. As people join you on Pyrus, you can share your other Pyrus contacts with them for the sake of collaboration. It’s a lot like Facebook’s “People You May Know” feature, but the people end up working on something together.

Pyrus Tip: You can add a personal message to the introduction by clicking Add personal message. All the recipients will receive it as a Pyrus task.

Help your teammates get on track

These tips will help your teammates learn to use Pyrus more quickly.

  • Encourage or require that they read the Getting started section.
  • Add them to tasks that may be interesting to them.
  • Ask them to assign tasks to you in Pyrus instead of emailing or messaging you.

Add your teammates as a batch

If you are ready to switch your whole team to Pyrus, use the bulk adding feature.

Go to User management. Select Bulk add members.

Enter their emails in the Enter email addresses field. You can also add a message to be sent to the recipients along with their invitation to join Pyrus. Click Add.

You will see the list of invitations ready to be sent. Uncheck an invitation if you have decided not to send it. Confirm sending the invitation by clicking Add.

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