There may be situations where you don’t have a high level of trust in your meeting. An example may be a team retrospective after a particularly difficult sprint. When this happens, you want to take steps to enable honest feedback to improve that trust. Allowing topics to be anonymously added to the agenda can help initiate trust and empower people to be more honest and bring up tough topics.
To allow for this in Instant Agenda, we now support the creation of topics anonymously. This is an option that can be turned on for any meeting, as seen below.
When this option is turned on, any topic that is created can be anonymous. To keep anonymity, when a topic is proposed anonymously, no one can edit that topic except the moderator, who can always edit any topic at any time.
We hope this helps make your meetings better!
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to use the feedback button in the app. Also, we’re always happy to hear from you directly — just schedule a 15-minute call with us using this link: https://calendly.com/instant-agenda/product-feedback
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