1. Start from all-staff groups
An all-staff group? Surely a must for every organization. To create such a group by default, Lark allows members to be automatically added and removed when they join and leave the group.
2. Use Docs to host efficient meetings
In a Lark team, we begin a meeting with efficiency. The organizer is required to prepare a memo in Docs. Comments must be posted before the discussion starts. During the meeting, we can focus on those comments only. In this way, we make sure the team deeply understand their own space, as time is precious.
3. Collaborate on reports
See how Lark Docs can help your team summarize ideas in just one page. Say goodbye to old-school report templates. Each team completes their own part of a report.
1. Save time in scheduling interviews
Human Resources don't have to coordinate with hiring managers back and forth when arranging interviews. By subscribing to the interviewer's calendar, they can easily check availability and send invitations immediately.
2. A self-service onboarding guide for new hires
Docs empowers new hires to get up to speed with efficiency and execution. They can access the company policies, click to join related groups, and add comments if they have a doubt. Various dd-ins provide all the necessary information to be integrated for the team.
3. Collaborate to track intern attendance
Rather than counting every intern's attendance by yourself, you can share the related spreadsheet in your team. Everyone just fills in their information and within seconds statistics are out! Lark helps your team free up time and reduce low-efficiency.
1. Use Threads to focus discussions
For PMs, its inevitable that projects involve many aspects. When we discuss about a specific topic, we talk in threads, thus making conversations organized and focused.
2. Compose release notes together
You cant expect one person to cover all product functions. A rational division of labor is the key to success. Using Docs, each person has a specific duty, and can write part of a release note in real time.
3. Public calendar to monitor projects
We came up with this idea while trying to keep everybody updated on a project progress. We created a public calendar our team could subscribe to. Problem solved!
1. Update a price policy in a shared sheet
Sales teams are sensitive to price changes. Price tracking creates value. Thanks to the implementation of price tables in a Lark sheet, salespeople can check the latest prices online, anytime and from anywhere.
2. Follow up with sales progress
It's convenient to track sales progress on a shared sheet, especially when the sheet has a calculation function. Sheets that used to be saved on local now go online, saving you the time of copy-paste and reducing data redundancy.
3. Update training agenda in public calendar
Sales teams need training to improve their selling skills, with different topics according to business needs. Different courses can be stored in a public calendar for interested people to subscribe.
1. Manage events on public calendar
Events like public holidays or training courses happen from time to time. Try Lark Public Calendar. If youre responsible for public events announcements, we recommend you to create a public calendar everyone can subscribe to. You don‘t need to send emails to inform subscribers - theyll know instantly!
2. Collect information in a shared spreadsheet
Things will be much easier if you set some required fields in a shared spreadsheet. To collect information, all you need to do is to share this spreadsheet and ask people to fill in the blanks. Data are summarized online and in real time.
3. Organize budgets with security and transparency
Feeling pressure from tedious cross-checks? Engage your teammates to collaborate, insert related reports, and discuss details in real time. All changes are saved in the loud and are always up to date for reference. Moreover, the confidentiality of budgets is protected by personalized permission.