It is important that you explain why you want to use TeamMood to your team.
Here are some examples of emails that you use to announce that you want to start using TeamMood.

First Generic Example

This is very generic and straightforward example, will work in most cases:

Hello everyone,

Just to tell you that I registered to TeamMood, a the service that will help us to follow the well-being of the team.

You and our teammates will receive some days of the week an email asking you how your day was.

It helps the managers to improve the communication in the team by bringing up conversations on the well-being.

If you want to disable your account, just tell me.

A Contribution By A Power User

This is a contribution from Bernarda, from Sydney, Australia.

Hi everyone!

Did you know that we spend about 92120 hours for 50 years working, this is about 35% of your time for 50 years assuming 8 hours of sleep?

Team Mood is an awesome tool to help teams improve.

You should all have received an invite from me to Team Mood. Please accept!

I was motivated to use this tool after two things:

1- I read an article about how many hours we spend at work in a lifetime. If you want to know more have a look at this study.

2- After I read it I decided to ask my colleagues how happy they were at work and the answers they gave me was kind of sad.

So I decided I wanted to have as a professional goal to help increase my teams happiness at work.

In order to do that I decided to test a hypothesis.

My Hypothesis was:

We believe if most of our team mates answer the Team Mood email every day

Will result in health conversations that can make our lives happier at work and will help us improve as a team

We will have confidence to proceed when we see improvements on the trend of our team happiness

This is still my goal! So, please be invited to participate on this hypothesis and when you receive the TeamMood daily email, please click!!!

Another one with styling

Please contact us if you need us to send this introductory email to your teammates.

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