What is the difference between the invite options available on HIGH5?

Method A: Share the unique invitation code

Method A allows users to share a unique invitation code with their friends and colleagues. This code is exclusive to each user and can be shared via email, messaging apps, or any other preferred communication channel. Once recipients receive the code, they can easily connect with one another by entering it on the HIGH5 platform by clicking on "Accept Invite" button on the People & Groups screen. 

Method B: Share the unique invitation link

Method B involves sharing a unique invitation link generated by the HIGH5 platform. This link is personalized to each user and can be easily shared with friends and colleagues via email, messaging apps, or any other communication platform. Recipients can connect with you by clicking on the invitation link, which directs them to sign up or log in to HIGH5 and immediately connects the users. 

Method C: Invite by email

Method C allows users to specify email addresses to send invitations directly from the HIGH5 platform. Users can enter the email addresses of those they wish to connect with. Once sent, recipients receive an email invitation prompting them to connect with the user on HIGH5 and the complete the assessment, if they have not done it before.

NOTE: In the free version of HIGH5, users can connect with up to 10 people. For unlimited connectivity and access to advanced features, upgrade to the Full Platform Access subscription. 

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