Guidance pages, categorised and tagged to allow staff to search and browse for tools and information to support them to do their jobs.
Engage staff with news articles and feature stories containing rich media and interactive elements. Promote discussion via threaded comments. Highlight important announcements. Categorise and tag news to encourage themed browsing.
With the same rich media capabilities as news stories, blog posts promote the author and allow archive browsing by blogger, category or tag.
For short-lived news, typically building and facilities updates or IT service alerts.
A set of templates to allow staff to browse a curated list of indexed content.
A browsable library of documents organised by category, document type and A to Z. Search or browse the library using filters such as “HR Policies” or “Finance Forms”.
Create promotions, reminders and announcements. Target groups of staff, by team or location.
Promote events on the intranet containing maps and booking forms, categorised by event type.
GovIntranet provides various page templates to help you build your own page structures, with automated functionality for archive-listing pages and left-hand menus, plus specialised templates including timelines and hashtag aggregation.
One of the most popular areas of the intranet, the directory allows staff to find people by searching keywords or browsing by name or team. Staff can update their own profiles including key skills, working hours and location.
Advertise job vacancies with optional application forms. Listings automatically expire after application closing date.
Our Jargon Buster templates allow staff to lookup commonly used acronyms and office-speak.
Showcase the work of departments with detailed project details, timelines and supporting materials.
Create your own online forms, polls and surveys easily using drag and drop functionality, conditional rules and automated validation. Export data and send notifications by email.
A powerful search engine, with options to tweak weights and rankings, synonyms, top matches and automatic redirects.
Bulletin Board forums for staff to post and discuss topics.