OSlash works best when your whole team is on board, so you can ensure all the important information is useful company-wide. We’ve put together a customizable email template that you can send to your team to help get them up and running.

Instructions

  • Copy the template below and paste it into a new email message.

  • Customize the [placeholder text].

  • Add additional context to help your team understand how and why you're adopting OSlash.

  • Remove any content that isn't relevant for your team.

  • Send the email to your team and ask them to create their first Shortcut in OSlash!

Email template

Hi team,

As some of you know, we’re going to start using OSlash to internally name all our important links. OSlash is an enterprise URL manager that lets teams transform long URLs into simple words such as o/roadmap or o/company-vision. It also connects with tools that we already use, such as Slack, Gmail, Jira, Linear, Google suite, etc.

Why we're moving to OSlash

We want to use the best productivity tool to make our lives easier and be more informed. Having all our links easily accessible and well-structured in one place will help us work together better and faster, rather than jumping around between emails, Slack, notes, and history to search for links. Every Shortcut we create on OSlash is automatically indexed, creating a searchable archive of all our company information.

How to get started

Step 1: Visit [OSlash URL] and sign up with your work email.

Step 2: Download the OSlash extension for Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Step 3: Check out the getting started guide and learn how to use OSlash.

Questions or feedback?

We encourage you to spend some time exploring OSlash on your own. If you have questions about our OSlash workspace, please post in the [#feedback channel in Slack or send an email to [your email address here]. If you have general questions about OSlash, their Help Center is a great resource.

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