Managers serve as a bridge to connect senior management with employees. Their daily work involves communicating company decisions to employees, reporting employees' work to senior management, coordinating events, and conducting performance review, etc. All this work can be done in an easy and efficient way with Lark. Here are three hacks in Lark to help managers increase their efficiency.
Hack 1: Create a eeting genda with ust ne lick
Imagine that your company has made an important decision and you need to set up an all-hands meeting to make this announcement. How can you quickly find a time slot that works for all, notify everyone about the meeting, and book an available meeting room?
The manager confirms each employee's available time in the group chat, book a meeting room, send the room number and time info in the group announcement, and @mention everyone. The whole process takes about 20 minutes.
Lark Calendar breaks the silo between agenda setup and meeting resource management. You can check everyone's calendar to find a timeslot that works for all. In just one click, you can set up a meeting and book a meeting room directly. The system then sends a notification to all the attendees. This reduces the possibility of meeting conflicts, manual operation, and facilitates the whole meeting organization process. Guess what! This process only takes about 1 minute.
Hack 2: Create a ompany nowledge epositoryWiki
When there is an avalanche of notifications and documents, how can you organize them in such a way that employees can access them easily?
Package the files and upload them to a public drive, and share the address to all members. Theyll then download and view each file one by one. Downloading each file takes about 5 seconds on average.
Lark's Cloud Storage allows users to create a knowledge repository. Simply create a shared file in the cloud and invite your team members to join it, and upload documents based on different categories. All files can be viewed online with efficiency and security. And it only takes about 0.1 seconds to open a file.