– The presenter’s view
Hosts can see the attendees list and their feedback, the time they have left and a little assistant that reacts to the audience feedback and give them tips like “go back to the topic” or “time to wrap things up!”. They also can finish or postpone the meeting and add more people on the go.
– The attendee’s view
Everyone attending the meeting can flip the cards and send instant feedback to the presenter. That feedback is recorded and shown in the graph in real time so everyone can see each other’s contribution and the presenter knows what their audience is thinking.
– Feedback and integration
At the end of a meeting, attendees leave their comments and qualification, ranking the meeting’s goal and their own participation. If the organization is also using the Starhs system, they can give stars to the host.
Later on, the host can review all the comments, and gets a score from the attendees’ feedback, cards flipped and time use. They can always go back and review each meetings score at the timeline on their dashboard.