Loop Approval Checklist
Olive Helps Loop Approval Requirements
The requirements below only pertain to Loops that will be publicly available. If your Loop's access will be restricted to a specific organization the requirements below are recommendations. We won't request changes to an organization-specific Loop, only provide suggestions for an improved user experience.
- 1.Test your Loop for crashes and bugs.
- 2.Enable backend services so that they’re live and accessible during review.
- 3.Provide documentation and/or source code of network calls made from Olive Helps.
- 4.Provide documentation and/or source code of how data transmitted from Olive Helps is being consumed and/or persisted.
- 5.Confirm all servers associated with your Loops, transmitted, and/or persisted data are hosted in the US.
- 6.Confirm no data will be transmitted outside of the US.
- 7.Ensure your loop is utilizing the loopOpenHandler to initiate Loop's start Whisper upon selection from search dropdown.
- 1.Provide an explanation of how to trigger each type of Whisper or workflow within the Loop.
- 2.Submit detailed explanations of any non-obvious features, including supporting documentation where appropriate.
- 3.Provide screenshots of the core functions of the Loop.
- 4.Ensure that all Loop information and metadata is complete and accurate. Please provide a the following in the Long Description field:
- 1.License Agreement (can be a link to an external resource).
- 3.Declare how your Loop uses the user’s information and how your organization uses that information.
- 4.Declare where your Loop is sending users’ information, including the subdomain level.
- 5.See example below:
- 5.Use the Support Info field to provide contact information for a user to reach out in the event they need help with your Loop
- 6.Do not use special characters in the Loop Name
- 1.Don’t overwhelm: Limit the number of “unprovoked” Whispers to the minimum.
- 2.Be relevant/timely: Your Loop should be designed to help, not distract or sell.
- 3.Whisper, don’t shout: Rely on the merits of your content, not on loud graphics.
- 4.Know your audience: They are experts in their field, treat them as such.
- 5.Represent your brand: Use colors, graphic elements, and language that has been established for your brand.
- 6.Don’t betray our users’ trust: Use data and Aptitudes to deliver valuable information and insights to our users.
- 7.Overdeliver and delight: Olive Helps pushes the boundaries of what’s possible.
- 8.Be original: Add unique value to the Library.