In their free plan, Jostle provides the basic features of a simple yet powerful intranet for teams with less than 15 users.
The thought process behind Jostle is that you probably want to focus on creating a space where your company culture can thrive, without having to spend too much time on it. Because of that, they have aimed towards making an easy-to-use product, with simple architecture, little time to set up, and that wouldn’t require much in the way of IT knowledge. In our opinion, they’ve certainly succeeded at that.
With the free version, setting up with Jostle takes only a few minutes. You can sign up for a trial, invite your colleagues, and be up and running, all on the same day. That being said, they do have a customer success program in place for more complex implementations.
Jostle’s customer success process guides you through each step of a more complex implementation phase if you need to. The usual steps are kickoff, onboarding, launch, and engagement.
Their Customer Success Managers can be there to help and make sure you make the best use of the platform, as well as resources like the support center and blog. They also connect customers with similar use cases so best practices and inspiration can be shared freely.
Jostle’s free plan, as all plans, includes integrations with Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Zapier.
You can also purchase “Powerups” that can be priced separately. These are modules such as listings, teams, task trackers, HTML pages, an event management tool, and more.
With Jostle’s free version, which is for up to 15 users, you get all the internal communication features. These are Activity, News, Discussions, and an employee directory (People). The paid version varies depending on the features and integrations you need, as well as user count. They also have an enterprise plan.