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What crowd souring tools do you use to allow your team members to ask anonymous questions regarding the project or company?
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I'm looking for a crowd sourcing tool where employees can submit questions and upvote the most popular ones for the management team to address at staff meetings. I'm hoping to do this as a feedback and transparency mechanism. It would be great it it was a.) free and b.) had a slack plug in.
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Alicia -

FunRetro.io is one you might want to consider - it is normally used for facilitating retrospectives but because it provides voting that might be a good option.

Kiron
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1 reply by Alicia Pino
Nov 15, 2018 5:22 PM
Alicia Pino
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Thanks, I'll check it out!
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Nov 15, 2018 5:16 PM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Alicia -

FunRetro.io is one you might want to consider - it is normally used for facilitating retrospectives but because it provides voting that might be a good option.

Kiron
Thanks, I'll check it out!
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Great option above. Also using the organizations community tools like SharePoint, Confluence, or Jive.
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1 reply by Alicia Pino
Nov 16, 2018 12:44 PM
Alicia Pino
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How do you manage this in confluence? Is it anonymous?
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There are some other good tools like POPin & SLIdo .
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SharePoint.
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Mentimeter.com
allows you to gather data and vote on predefined options, via online input
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Nov 15, 2018 11:18 PM
Replying to Andrew Craig
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Great option above. Also using the organizations community tools like SharePoint, Confluence, or Jive.
How do you manage this in confluence? Is it anonymous?

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