We have focused on reducing small spring bugs. Here are some interesting news. …Read more
We started off the new year fresh with a new set of updates. Here’s a rundown on what’s new: …Read more
To finish off the year with a high note, we’ve added a new type of vote to Wisembly. Here’s a rundown of the updates you might have missed in December 2016: …Read more
You can allow your participants to comment the messages sent by others in the stream (setting available in Settings Messages). Read the related article.
Video tutorials are available to help you discover and understand the main features to prepare your Wiz (available from the Help and Support section)
Good to know:
From your Launchpad (in the Run section), …Read more
Today, we’re launching Activity Reports to further the reach of your data collected in meetings. …Read more
We cast a spell on the improvements that haunted our “Todo List”! Here’s what you missed in October:
– Show right and wrong answers of a Quiz on the Projection screen.
– Add videos available in the Support section. Videos are contextualized according to your location in the application, when you click on the “Help and Support” button. …Read more
Attending events is one of the best ways to network and raise profile for you and your organisation. The tech industry is really spoilt for choice when it comes to conferences and events, with world-class speakers and attendee lists that include key influencers in the field.
If you’re anything like me, work and life often get in the way …Read more
One of our priorities with Wisembly is to give you a better understanding of your team mates and collaborators working on a project. A big part of this happens during meetings, by giving a voice to each and every participant. But to help you improve on meetings in the long run, we had to give you more tools. …Read more
No need to do the Tour de France to discover what has been happening in July on Wisembly, you have it just here !
Work in progress : new statistics page is coming soon !
Here is our prototype for the statistics page
This summer, our humble yet awesome developers work on a rework of …Read more
One of Wisembly’s strengths is to allow participants in your meetings to react in real time without breaking the rhythm. By asking questions, showing support for the discussions at hand, raising questions or simply by sharing their opinion, participants become active meeting members rather than spectators. …Read more