Release date: 7th March 2019, 8 am EST
Version Number: Desktop: 1.4.2 | Android: 1.4.2 | iOS: 1.2.5
The Orange Member feature of Troop Messenger encourages a provision to other company employees, vendors, customers, or others to be a part of the application or organization with their respective business or public domain mail ids. The Admin of the Troop Messenger application has the privilege to add non-employee, vendor or customer, as an orange member with the help of their public/private email id’s.
When a non-company employee, vendor or customer has been made an active user of the Troop Messenger application, by the company’s Admin, he/she can be called as an Orange Member to that respective company.
(As we understand that Orange Members are non-company users, their existence within the application remains tentative. There could be a chance that they might be a need to interact with a few team members of the organization, on any project or business. Assuming this scenario, the admin of the application can set certain conditions and permissions on every orange member, so as to protect the native users/team members privileges and privacies).
The Admin of the Troop Messenger can set certain conditions and permissions on every Orange Member.
The conditions would include as listed below:
An Orange Member:
The Admin of a company has the privilege to impose few or all conditions from the above-said list on the Orange Member, based on their requirement.
This module allows a company’s admin to define and configure the scope of communication between their employees to its orange members or vice-versa.