Every time a new Scheduled Huddle is created, its copy is generated in the form of a Huddle Template which can be used to create multiple Scheduled Huddles. The Huddle Event on the other hand is the actual Scheduled Huddle created from within the Template and accessible to the participants.

You can stop receiving the Notifications email by clicking on the Hamburger icon in the Navigation Menu and clicking on the Company Settings. From the Company Settings, access the Notifications section and unselect the options for which you would not like to receive the notification reminders.

In the SalesHood platform, there are 4 types of Roles: Individual, Manager, Coach, Publisher. You can check your role by clicking on the Hamburger icon in the Navigation menu and clicking User Profile, your Role will be displayed under your Profile. To learn more about each role, please review our Knowledge Base article “How are the User Roles defined?”

If you’re a Coach in your instance, you can change the Team of the user by assigning them a different Primary Manager, the user will automatically get assigned to the Team of their New Manager. The user’s Primary Manager can be changed from the User Interface. To know more about User's Team, please reach the article for changing the user’s team.

Whether it is an Open Huddle or Scheduled Huddle, you can now share your Pitch with other users across your instance. After you’ve recorded/uploaded the pitch, simply click on the Share button below your pitch video to share it with other users.

Currently, an Open Huddle cannot be converted into a Scheduled Huddle and vice versa. However, before the Huddle is Published for the first time, its Type can be changed from the Huddle Overview page. When a Huddle is cloned, the Type of the new cloned Huddle can be changed before it is Published.

In the SalesHood platform, a Learning Path refers to the structured curriculum containing Huddles and Files for the participants to complete. A Learning Path Host can place and organize the Learning Path content as well as measure the participant’s aggregate completion. A Coach, Publisher and a Manager can create a Learning Path by clicking on the "+" sign on the Top-right and selecting Learning Path. To learn more about Learning Path, please read the article "What is a Learning Path?"