Configuring and Using the Motivosity Google Chrome Extension

Now that your Motivosity account is up and running, there are some sweet things you can do to enjoy and streamline your giving and receiving.

To add the Chrome extension, first, go to this link.

In the top right of the main window, you'll want to click the prompt to 'ADD TO CHROME' 

Next, you'll see a small prompt appear near the top of your browser asking if you really want to add Motivosity. You know you want to, so click Add Extension.

From there, you may or may not notice, but a small little MV square will show up next to your other Chrome extensions. Give that a push and you'll have the ability to start the login process.

Your company may support SSO, if that's the case, you'll want to enter your address ex: company.motivosity.com

If your company doesn't support it or you don't know the address, don't fret - you can still log in using the default app.motivosity.com

After inputting your login credentials you'll be greeted with a baby version of Motivosity that allows you to easily give appreciations while surfing the web and watching epic fail compilations on YouTube.

Similar to in-app appreciations, you can search for peers, leave a thank you, and link that thanks to a company value. After that, it's just up to you to decide how much, using what money, and if you want it to be private or not.

Submit that appreciation!

The WDYA Widget (with SSO support)

The WDYA Widget (or 'Who do you Appreciate' widget) is a small HTML snippet you can paste onto any webpage and give appreciations.

To use this widget, just paste the following into your web page:

<div id="mv-wdya"> <script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.motivosity.com/resources/assets/js/plugins/mv-wdya-widget.js" defer></script> </div>

What will appear in your page is something like this:

This is the widget at rest. When you click on the field, the widget will expand and allow users to create an appreciation right from the widget itself.

This widget also supports sso. If you have your service already set up, add a parameter called 'sso-url' to the script tag.

Put your SSO provider url in as a the value (like sso-url="https://sso-location-url"). You may need to contact support for additional help with this.