We're delighted that you're interested in giving our starter pack of Donut for onboarding a try!

Installing Donut

If Donut isn't already installed on your Slack workspace, that's step #1! Just go to donut.ai and hit the big "add to Slack" button.

We'll walk you through how to complete installation from there. You don't need to configure or use pairings in order to activate your free trial of Donut for onboarding.

PS: Have a question about how we handle data security or privacy? We've got more info right here.

Activating Your Free Trial

Once Donut is installed on your Slack workspace, it's super quick to get your 14-day free trial of onboarding up and running.

Log into your account at donut.ai using your Slack credentials, and Donut will prompt you to start setup. We'll be asking you what kinds of content you'd like to send to new hires. Starter options include:

  • a buddy or mentor system
  • polls that collect new-hire feedback after one week, 30 days, and 90 days
  • nudges to managers just before 30/60/90 days reminding them to schedule check-ins with their new hires

You can choose one, two, or all three of those options—it's all included in the trial, and in the monthly $49 subscription price.

Free Trial: What to Expect

Over the next 14 days, you'll be able to log into your dashboard to add new hires (or view new hires who have been auto-enrolled in content), and monitor their progress in real time. You can also opt into receiving weekly summary reports sent via email. We've got more info on how to use the dashboard and set up reports right here.

You can onboard as many new hires as you'd like during the 14-day free trial period, and invite other admins from your team to log into the dashboard as well if you'd like.

Once the free trial ends, we'll automatically deactivate your account unless you upgrade to a paid subscription.

Need Help?

We're here for you! Just look for the purple speech bubble in the lower right-hand corner of the page. We'll respond as soon as possible to any inquiries.

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