Glossary of Simpplr terms and their definitions.
|A measurement of how many of your employees are logging into your intranet.
|Refers to artificial intelligence/machine learning. Feedback loops are used to enhance search, personalization, analytics and other product features.
|Type of content. A way to share collections of images and/or video. Can be populated by only the author or open for all users to contribute.
|An urgent, time-sensitive notification that is displayed prominently at the top of a user's screen. Can be distributed through multiple channels: SMS, email, push notification, etc.
|A suite of metrics, benchmarks, and recommendations that helps you understand your intranet's content inventory, interactions, and overall adoption
|An interface through which two apps connect and communicate. Common Simpplr API use cases are integrations, SSO, and data transfer
|A site or content manager's authorization of a piece of content to be published to their site
|The user that creates/publishes a piece of content. If content is ghostwritten, designated managers can create/publish on behalf of a certain author
|AI-backed engine that manages the freshness/validity of intranet content. Validation policy can be applied for knowledge content that needs periodical review
|Measurement of how well your intranet is performing in a specific area in relation to similar peers (company sizes) using Simpplr
|A type of content. Allows users to publish personal messages. Can be enabled for all users or only a selected group
|Branded Mobile App
|Paid add-on. This is a native Android/iOS Simpplr mobile app privately published on Google Play and Apple App Store. Branding is customized according to customer specifications
|Refers to customizing an intranet according to an organization's brand. Intranets can be personalized with its own logo, colors, fonts, head, and footer
|A means of tracking your location in the files hierarchy of a site
|Software used to access the internet, and your intranet. Simpplr supports the latest two versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge
|The primary visual component of a dashboard. Displays curated, high-visibility content. Can include internal or external content
|A means of organizing sites and content. Site categories determine site type (content, location, etc.). Content categories define content type (news, knowledge, etc.)
|A user interaction on a piece of content where the user can start or continue a conversation
|Refers to native intranet content and communications. There are four types of content: Pages, Blogs, Events, and Albums. Doesn't include metadata, labels, or files
|A workflow that allows multiple authors to create and/or edit the same piece of content
|A means of enabling content discovery to ensure it reaches its intended audience. Content can be promoted automatically, or manually by the author
|Refers to when a user shares a piece of content with another user on the intranet
|A visual summary of intranet content. Contains the carousel, tiles, news feed, etc.
|A type of content comprising a social event for eligible users, such as webinars and product launches. Users can be invited and can RSVP
|A label users can add to their profile for reference in People search
|When third party applications use Simpplr APIs to build on their own functionality outside of Simpplr
|External URL Search
|Functionality that leverages Simpplr's search to get results from external URLs
|A small icon in your web browser that denotes your intranet's tab
|A means of marking content, feed posts, or files for future reference. Favorites be easily referenced in the favorites menu
|A user's way of giving feedback to the content author
|A user interested in a public site. Following a site will provide notifications and personalized content recommendations
|Component of branding. Refers to your intranet's font. You can change your application's fonts using CSS
|A workflow for selected users to publish content on behalf of a certain author. For example, a communications expert publishing on behalf of a CEO
|Seen on the top of your intranet's browser or mobile screen in all parts of the application. Grants quick access to global search, user profile, and navigation
|Your main feed of curated content from all sites of which you're a member or follower
|A connection to an external product or service. Simpplr provides dozens of no-code integrations: file storage, HRIS, productivity, SSO, knowledge base, etc.
|Simpplr supports multiple languages. Navigation, labels, and clickables can be personalized for native language speakers. Doesn't refer to content
|This is the content most recently published, and is unique to every user based on sites they're a member of, follow or people they follow
|A shortcut in Simpplr to access external apps or systems. Can be configured via custom JSON or through SSO provider
|A user interaction with a piece of content that shows they like or support that content
|Functionality that automatically translates the Simpplr app into a select supported language
|Main component of branding. Refers to your intranet's logo. Used in the header of the browser and mobile apps, and in all other intranet communications
|Mobile Device Management. Recommended for distributing branded or native mobile apps
|A core user of a site, public or private. Site membership requests must be approved by a site's manager. Site membership will provide all notifications related to the site, and personalized content recommendations
|Analytics measurement of your intranet's performance in a specific area
|Native Android/iOS Simpplr mobile app publicly available on Google Play and Apple App Store
|A page content that requires "have you read this?" acknowledgment from its audience. Admins can view an inventory of read/unread must-read content
|Refers to both app and site navigation. Gives users quick access to different spaces in the app or site
|A bulletin select users can send to a chosen audience. Can contain native intranet or external content
|A message that informs the user of relevant content or interactions. Can be informative or actionable
|A built-in visual representation of your organization's reporting structure
|Most common type of content. There are two types of pages: knowledge and news. News is time-sensitive and unchanging. Knowledge isn't as time-sensitive, but subject to auto-governance policies on content validation
|All the users that are registered on the intranet
|A means of personalizing content and user experience for each user. Users can personalize their experience by adding or removing dashboard widgets. Content is automatically personalized
|This is the most popular content (most viewed and engaged with) from sites the individual user seeing it is a member of, follows or people they follow
|Refers to set privileges around content consumption and creation. Creation privileges exist for newsletters, social campaigns, alerts, and carousel content. Consumption privileges refer to public vs. private content
|Contains personal, customizable employee information
|A channel through which a user receives content and/or notifications. Includes Slack, email, SMS, web browser, etc.
|A means of synchronizing the creation and deletion of users between Simpplr and another external source, like Workday
|A user interaction with a comment where the user can continue the conversation
|A definition of what a user can and can't do on the intranet. Common roles include: App manager, Site manager, and End user
|Refers to one of two workflows: scheduling content, and scheduling batch jobs. Content schedulers allow for automatically publishing content at a future date. Batch job schedulers let System admins execute batch jobs on a pre-defined schedule
|Means of creating separate, tailored user experiences for different brands and/or users of a single intranet. Content is still shared between segments. Members can be segmented by division, company, or country
|Using a single set of login credentials to log into Simpplr or other systems
|An architectural component of the intranet that contains a select category of content and social interaction for its intended audience
|A site-specific feed which contains content posted by members or followers of that site
|Site files are found in the Files folder in a site. All of a site's files can be viewed in the Files folder
|A dynamic source of personalized content/information, communications, and social activity. Comprises the Home Feed and Site Feed
|Top-nav search engine that includes results that are curated and federated based on your intranet's content inventory, integrations, etc.
|A workflow that lets intranet users leverage their social media network to advocate for company news, updates, etc.
|User interactions with content and other users on the intranet. Includes likes, comments, replies, shares, etc.
|Automatic bulk assignment of members and/or followers to a site or list of people
|A means of synchronizing data between Simpplr and another external source
|A visual component of dashboards that features important information. Can show dynamic content, such as Latest & Popular, countdown clock, calendars, events, or static content, like URLs and videos
|A label users add to content and feed posts for future reference. Content topics influence search results
|Personalized drop-down navigation that grants quick access to different parts of the application based on a user's privileges. Accessible by clicking on your avatar in the top-right of the header
|Acknowledgment by a content author that their piece(s) of content are still up-to-date and accurate, per auto-governance policy