Tracks features

Create personalized onboarding

Tracks are built for longer arcs of learning, such as onboarding—which people can do solo or with peers.
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Better onboarding

New-hires up to speed, faster

Create a consistent and guided experience through your company’s specific how-tos, such as tools, systems, and best practices.

It shouldn’t feel like ‘sink or swim’

Do they know everything you know? Give new-hires all the context from day one—whether they’re onboarding in-person or remotely.

Automation & Tracking

Set it on auto-pilot

Set rules to auto-enroll individuals or groups into curated onboarding experiences, freeing up your team from operational toil work.

Pinpoint opportunities

See how your new-hires are doing by tracking their progress. With integrated Analytics, Reports, and Surveys, all your data is in one tidy place.

Scheduled Tracks

Onboard in cohorts

With cohorts, new-hires get built-in accountability, cultural immersion, and an environment to feel comfortable collaborating with their new teammates.

Boost time-to-productivity

Blend live or self-paced content for engaging learning programs

Onboard deliberately

Curate content depending on how new-hires learn best, where they’re at, and how mature the knowledge is.

Unlock talent, faster

Ramp up new engineers quickly and share embedded technical knowledge with ease.

Data to build on

Uncover how tracks are completed, which are working, and which need to be optimized.

Why getting onboarding right is critical

“Giving new hires context as to why they’re attending a workshop or why this level guided onboarding isn’t just to be organized. It helps them be more successful when they know why it’s important.” Katie Hawkes Head of People
“We’ve gotten a lot of signals that managers and event attendees wish we did a lot more explaining about engineering culture, the organizational structure of Twitter, and some of the history of how we got to the part where we’re at.” Simeon Franklin Staff Technical Instructor

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