extension ExtPose

Employee Home

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All Employee Happenings, All In One Home

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Description from store Employee Home connects with your Rippling account and acts as single location for employee happenings, it's like an internal bulletin board (without the post-its). Accessible just by opening a new tab (using Chrome APIs for new tab page or NTP), every employee can instantly see the following: 1) Quick Sign-in - Each employee’s quick sign-in bar from their dashboard is surfaced at the top of the Employee home - it’s like a bookmark bar for all their favorite tools. 2) Employees’ Out-of-office - Immediately view your team’s PTO, whether you are at the office or working remotely. 3) Company Resources - Rippling admins can host key resources, guest wifi password, employee handbook, or sales collateral, so everyone can access it in one click. 4) Recent Hires - When a new employee starts, make sure everyone knows who they are no matter where or with whom they work. 5) Company announcements - Share important announcements or updates. Rippling admin’s can customize department or location sees them, or *even who gets to post. 6) *Birthdays - You have the option to share employee birthdays, make sure everyone feels great on their special day. **Note** You must have a rippling.com account through your employer to use the Employee Home chrome extension. Contact your Rippling administrator with any questions.

Latest reviews

  • (2023-01-18) Eric Lin: Just awful.
  • (2023-01-04) Kirstie Gomes: The user experience of this is beyond awful. I do not understand how taking over your home browser tab is the best option and the only way to access the "employee home". There is no reason that the content available through the extension shouldn't be primarily available through Rippling itself.
  • (2022-09-21) Ryan Wilson: Minimal features and takes over every new tab I open. I am a software salesperson and I am constantly sharing my screen - I do not want to be sharing sensitive information with the people I am speaking with. This could VERY easily just be a page I could book mark and check here and there. Ridiculous UI.
  • (2022-09-19) Dan Wade: The minimal features that would be of use to me are not worth the intrusion. Has crashed browser three times. It's far too intrusive. Taking over the start page is a poor practice.
  • (2022-07-29) It basically hijacks your browser, changes your new tab settings, and there's no way to turn it off. It works the same as malwares, but says it does only good things.
  • (2022-07-12) Rippling is motivated somehow to force all users to use Chrome. We cannot use this on any other browser other than Chrome. Nothing on this webpage is complex enough that they cannot handle supporting it for more browsers: it's just a few extra lists of out-of-office, company values, and birthdays.
  • (2022-05-24) Sarah Aracid: Im having a problem with this extension. Seems like it is not working for me, it doesn't redirect me to the employee home :(
  • (2022-05-19) Richard Rodriguez: I really wish this functionality was just on the main rippling page. What about Safari or Firefox users?
  • (2022-05-18) Jeremiah Fulbright: Terrible. Taking over pages in 2022... give me an icon to click in the extension tray instead, otherwise, I prefer my Momentum Page.. at least it encourages me
  • (2022-05-17) Evan Gilgenbach: Awful user experience. Forces you to remove your home page to get the features it provides and then logs you out every single day. Also, the fact that it forces you to remove your homepage means that you can't use your password manager to log in to Rippling, decreasing user security. Please just add this feature to the main Rippling website and stop forcing us to install a Chrome extension to use it.
  • (2022-03-31) Brine: I hate Rippling soooo much...
  • (2022-02-24) Should just be on the rippling home page, instead of intruding on basic browser function.
  • (2022-01-31) Adrian Mui: Don't even know how it was installed. Org said it wasn't them. It only shows up on my machine. I can't remove it. send help
  • (2021-12-15) Jared Markell: So, so bad. Not only does it steal your New Tab page, but even if you decide to view the posts on Rippling's site, it won't let you unless you have this extension installed. This is a scam extension and nothing more.
  • (2021-07-02) Vladyslav Batyrenko: This extension makes 0 sense. Why isn't this view available in the main app? I could make it my default page if I wanted.
  • (2021-03-11) Gus Luxton: Installed this extension and it took over my home page, then when I said I didn't want that, it stopped working. Now even when I reinstall, I can't get it to work. It just sends me to a blank page whenever I try to log in. DO NOT require that people set their home page to this - just give them a way to click the Rippling button and load the page then. It's pointlessly invasive.
  • (2021-03-04) Kinda nice info and I wasn't doing anything with my Chrome home page anyway. Judging by other reviews they should probably make it optional though.
  • (2021-02-24) Drew Pultorak: Great app! Works well! Convenient! Now sure why all the other reviews are so negative. Yes, it takes over the homepage. But if you don't like it, just uninstall the app. I don't use any of the links on the new tab page anways. Would much rather have this info as it's a little more useful
  • (2021-01-21) Francisco Gustin: I despise the fact that it takes over the default home page. If my work didn't require that I have the extension, I would remove it instantly.
  • (2021-01-21) Nathan Johnson: shouldn't take over the default tab view. give me the option at least. obnoxious.
  • (2021-01-20) Ryan Lewis: Stop taking over the home page!!!! This is ridiculous! Not a useful extension.
  • (2021-01-20) Do not like how it takes over the default new tab view. And it's slow. Let the extension take me to the rippling home page with a double click.
  • (2021-01-20) Christian Arntsen: This should not take over the default new tab view. Who thought of this?
  • (2021-01-13) Courtney Kelly: This has been incredibly helpful for our entire company to stay up-to-date with happenings around the office. The new tab takeover is also incredibly helpful since you can launch your RPass logins straight from there. I've gotten lots of positive feedback after we rolled this out. Very happy with it.
  • (2020-12-09) Ian C. Ramirez: Annoying and slow
  • (2020-11-17) Brendon Beebe: Shouldn't take over the default new tab view, terrible idea.
  • (2020-10-15) Zeph Leggett: Never take over a new tab! This could lead to sensitive company information to be leaked on conference calls.
  • (2020-07-06) David Koerner: Taking over the tab is so asinine in 2020 that I want to find whoever suggested it and make sure they wear exactly one soaking wet sock for the rest of their natural life. Thanks Rippling! I hate it!
  • (2020-06-30) Adam Higgins: All this information should be available in the main Rippling app. I have it open anyways. This extensions also shouldn't take over the new tab by default, if at all.
  • (2020-06-23) Alex Tsai: Extremely annoying that the only mode is to take over the new tabs. Could make a button to open it up in a new tab or something.
  • (2020-03-24) Madhushan Tennakoon: Pretty cool extension! Is it possible to embed this dashboard as an iframe?
  • (2020-02-05) Seva Arkhangelskiy: Annoying and not useful in any way.
  • (2020-02-03) Michael Elliott: Way too intrusive. I don't want to see this every time I open a new tab. It shouldn't be an extension but if it has to be, let me turn it off without removing it. Super annoying.
  • (2019-10-27) Will Curran: Easy way for me to remember employee birthdays and anniversaries. The wall is neat but sort of useless since we use Slack for team communication and have an #announcements channel. I look forward to more modules coming out that we might be able to replace with the wall with something else :)
  • (2019-07-27) It's cool, but I wish there were a way to disable it temporarily, or perhaps have a "private" mode for when we're on conference calls with external folks.


28,011 history
2.1 (28 votes)
Last update / version
2023-02-22 / 0.1.74
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