Here are the terms used in SlapFive and their meaning.
An Activity Type is a form of engagement that you would like to offer to your Members, have them decide which ones they like to do, and track when Members perform those Activities. Activity Types are defined in Client Settings. For each Activity Type, you can assign an Engagement Score, and you can specify whether it should appear on the Request Reference entry form.
A Board is a template-driven collection of Stories for a particular use case. Boards can be either a full stand-alone page or a widget that can be embedded on any web or mobile page (corporate website, blog, community post, landing page, microsite, portal, social media property, etc.).
Client Settings are where you define system-wide preferences and customization settings for SlapFive. You access your Client Settings by going to the Admin Menu in the upper right and selecting [Your_Company] Settings.
A Company is the organization that your Members work for. Companies can have multiple Members. Companies can be tracked by Industry, Company Size, Location, Customer Since, Products Used, Competitors Replaced, etc.
Members are the people who belong to your program and to whom you want to offer opportunities to engage such as capturing their voice. Member records usually represent your clients, but can also be employees, partners, or thought leaders. Your members have a full profile including their name, title, image, and Company details.
A Prompt is a question or statement used to offer an opportunity to engage and/or elicit a specific response from a Member. Prompts can be defined to allow responses via video, audio, text, numeric, file or link.
An Open Prompt is created when you generate an Open Prompt link that you paste into an email, web page, community post, etc. to allow anyone to respond. Unlike a Direct Prompt, the responder is asked to enter their Name, Company, and Email address. Open Prompts are used when you want to offer opportunities to respond whether or not the targets are Members in SlapFive.
Requests allow people in your company to ask for a customer or customer content for use as customer proof. It most frequently refers to Reference Requests coming from Sales, but can also be used by PR, Analyst Relations, Product Marketing, and Demand Generation folks to make asks of customers.