DailyBot requires to have a "default" team. When you create an account, the "General" team becomes that default team, but you can change it.
The default team is the team that new users will join automatically when they join DailyBot by themselves. Although you can always remove members from the default team, we recommend that you create separate teams for your private check-ins so that privacy is guaranteed.
The ideal use case is:
- You have a general team (default) and all the DailyBot members are in that team
- You create separate teams, mapping your company departments or projects
- You set up check-ins with the separate teams
- Or, when you want to create a company-wide check-in/survey, you just use the General (default) team
Notice that you can also create check-ins that are not related to a team, you just pick the specific members.
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