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Running Q&A more efficiently at your team and all-hands meetings

The Q&A portion after a team meeting or all-hands can get awkward since the speaker is waiting for people to raise their hands to ask what might be an irrelevant question. We run Q&A differently at my company by having the questions entered into a doc and then team members can upvote/downvote questions just like reddit. This way:

1) questions are crowdsourced before the meeting and
2) top questions rise to the top

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