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Setting Up Your Motivosity Store

Learn how you can customize your Motivosity store.

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When users want to use their "To Spend" money, they can use that money here in the Motivosity Store to buy E-Gift Rewards, Company Branded Goods (if you set up an integration with a company like Vox), Local Rewards you set up, or they may be able to donate to a cause that you setup.


E-Gifts Rewards (Digital Gift Cards)

The E-Gifts are electronic gift cards. When these are purchased, the user receives a code right after clicking 'Buy Now'. If you forget the code, go to 'My History' and click on the tab 'Orders.' Under that tab, a list of your orders will appear along with their individual information. The company doesn't have to do anything to fulfill these rewards.

By default all available gift cards are already enabled. You may choose to disable specific cards by going to 'Setup' > 'Store' > 'Manage E-Gift Cards'. Pick the country for the cards you'd like to enable/disable then select/deselect that card.

Gift cards with a blue check will be available to any user in that country (see the next paragraph for more information about this). To deselect a card simply click on it so the check mark goes away. That card will now be hidden from the Motivosity Store.

When you set up your organization, each employee can have a country code. When an employee has a country code, they see only items in the store that match that country or are global. The E-Gift Cards are in categories based on country.


Link to External Company Store

* For Customers with the Recognition & Rewards Add-On Only*

If you have an External company store that accepts Visa cards, you can enter a URL to enable your company store link in Motivosity and let your employees purchase swag using their ThanksMatters card.

When you do, an icon will show up in your Motivosity Store for all employees to see and use:

Please Note: There is no direct link between the funds in Motivosity and this external store. Employees will simply use their ThanksMatters card during check out to buy the items they want.


Local Rewards

* For Customers with the Recognition & Rewards Add-On Only*

Local Rewards are self-managed gifts. They could be tickets to local entertainment or unique items that exist only in your company. All 'Local' items are self-managed in that when someone orders one or receives one, they are directed to someone in the company who is responsible for fulfillment. This means that if you add a local restaurant or store in as a local gift, then someone on your team will physically have to go get those gift cards either before you make them available or after one is purchased.

Where do the funds go? Since the money is going back to the company from the employee after purchase, no funds are being used inside the system. For example, if Alex gave Jimi $5, and Jimi then gave that $5 to Sarah, and then Sarah gave that $5 back to Alex so he could get a shirt, Alex never really lost that $5 and essentially just replaced it with a shirt. This is why no money is pulled from the company funds in Motivosity.

If you don't have an account with Namify or VOX, but you still have company swag you would like in the store, creating a local item is the way you want to go. You can get creative here! We've seen people put in all kinds of things from lunch with the CEO to snacks, shirts, or balloons. This can help drive a very local feel in the app.

To create a local store item, scroll towards the bottom of the 'Setup Store' page. Once you reach 'Local Rewards,' click on the blue box in the bottom right corner labeled 'CREATE A LOCAL REWARD'. A blue box will appear like the one shown below.


For a Cause

* For Customers with the Recognition & Rewards Add-On Only*

Similar setup process to adding a local reward, see above. Once set up, they appear in the store in their own section. To create a 'Cause' item just click the 'CREATE A CAUSE ITEM' button in the Store page of Setup.

Motivosity will play as an inventory manager of the funds that have been donated, but does not donate the funds directly to the charity or organization.

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