Invite your team to collaborate

Once you are familiar with Aha! and have added some of your own data, it is time to invite your team to join you. Together, you can collaborate on work and build beautiful roadmaps.

Invite users

To invite a new user, just select the + icon in the top-right corner of Aha! Then you can decide the type of user permissions you want them to have.

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Collaborate with your team

You can easily loop team members into the conversation and your workflow using the following tips and tricks.

  • @Mentions: Use @mentions to automatically add a user as a watcher or a comment subscriber on an Aha! record so your teams stay informed.

  • #Mentions: Use #mentions to reference any Aha! record. Users can click on your link to go directly to that record.

  • Watchers: Users can watch a record to keep up to date on status changes and work progress.

  • To-dos: Assign to-dos to your team to help refine a feature or review your work.

Share internal best practices

When your team members first join your Aha! account, they will see our Quick start guide. This will help welcome them to Aha! and invite them to collaborate with the rest of their team.

Your company might have its own internal standards and best practices for Aha! users on your account. If so, you can add a link to your company documentation in Settings ⚙️→ Account → Profile — and even include your company logo if you have added it in the Primary logo section above.

Getting started

This article is part of a series designed to help you get started in Aha! Click any of the links below to move on.

  1. Get started with Aha!

  2. Explore a demo workspace in your account

  3. Add your first workspace

  4. Import data into Aha!

  5. You are here

  6. Set up your first integration

  7. Create and share your first roadmap

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