Loop Approval Checklist
Olive Helps Loop Approval Requirements

Security & Technical Requirements for Loop Authors

  1. 1.
    Ensure that all Loop information and metadata is complete and accurate. Please provide a Loop Description that includes the following:
    • License Agreement (can be a link to an external resource)
    • Privacy Policy (can be a link to an external resource)
    • Declare what Aptitudes your loop uses from the LDK
    • Declare how your Loop uses the user’s information and how your organization uses that information
    • Declare where your loop is sending users’ information, including the subdomain level
    • Include updated contact information for a user to reach out in the event they need help with your loop
  2. 2.
    Test your Loop for crashes and bugs
  3. 3.
    Enable backend services so that they’re live and accessible during review
  4. 4.
    Provide documentation and/or source code of network calls made from Olive Helps
  5. 5.
    Provide documentation and/or source code of how data transmitted from Olive Helps is being consumed and/or persisted
  6. 6.
    Confirm all servers associated with your loops, transmitted, and/or persisted data are hosted in the US
  7. 7.
    Confirm no data will be transmitted outside of the US
  8. 8.
    Ensure your loop is utilizing the loopOpenHandler

Product Requirements for Loop Authors

  1. 1.
    Provide an explanation of how to trigger each type of Whisper or workflow within the Loop
  2. 2.
    Submit detailed explanations of any non-obvious features, including supporting documentation where appropriate
  3. 3.
    Provide screenshots of the core functions of the Loop

Design Guidelines for Loop Authors

  1. 1.
    Don’t overwhelm: Limit the number of “unprovoked” whispers to the minimum necessary
  2. 2.
    Be relevant/timely: Our users are busy doing their jobs; your Loop should be designed to help, not distract or sell
  3. 3.
    Whisper, don’t shout: Rely on the merits of your content, not on loud graphics
  4. 4.
    Know your audience: They are experts in their field, treat them as such
  5. 5.
    Represent your brand: Use colors, graphic elements and language that has been established for your brand
  6. 6.
    Don’t betray our users’ trust: Use data and Aptitudes to deliver valuable information and insights to our users
  7. 7.
    Overdeliver and delight: Olive Helps pushes the boundaries of what’s possible
  8. 8.
    Be original: Add unique value to the Library
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