Tap My Back brings friendly team recognition in a Universal Windows 10 app

Team engagement and motivation is one of the cornerstones to success. That is why, as a good leader, it is always essential to provide a means of recognition and reward to your team members. Nearly 64% of employees that have quit their job say it was mostly because they didn’t feel that they were recognized for the amount of time and effort put into it. But with the Tap My Back app’s debut on the Windows Store, teams are able to provide peer-to-peer recognition to each other through a sleek interface.

Brought to us by the startup studio Build Up Labs, this app like many of their others is meant to have a ‘real value’ to promote great social experiences through technology. The application is meant to work in collaboration with the website where employers and team leaders can set up a personal team environment.

Tap My Back lets your team build each other up as they accomplish goals, provide insights, and work together towards their objectives. Teams share motivation by dragging and dropping pictures of their teammates, inputting a description of why they are worthy of some praise, and submitting it. Good deeds are met with climbing leaderboard ranks and unlocking achievements as they are rewarded. It even has Slack integration, sharing a notification via Slack every time a team member receives recognition for their hard work.

Team leaders can personally define what actions are available for recognition, building a personalized environment for behavioral change and growth. Weekly reports make it clearer to view top talent and sifting through each employee’s brightest skills for better engagement.

If you value team engagement and constructive feedback between employees, this might be the app for you. Try out the app today by downloading it for Windows 10 PC or mobile devices with just a click below.

Tap My Back - Team Recognition
Tap My Back - Team Recognition
Developer: BuildUpLabs
Price: Free
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Have you tried Tap My Back for your team?