Bring everyone and everything together.
Imagine a noiseless environment where people can collaborate, post their ideas, and interact with shared content. A place where documentation happens during collaboration and not as a separate project afterwards. That place is called Howspace.
Getting people involved is the key to successful change.
In Howspace participants become active agents for change. Borrowing from popular social networking sites, Howspace makes participating not only easy but fun. Change is never more than one click away.
Every change, learning program, and workshop is different.
Howspace adapts to your way of working. You can build the workspaces to match your tried and tested processes. Edit the looks of your workspace, manage the participants access levels, move content around, and add new pages as you go along.
Change can’t really be managed – but it should be facilitated.
By being connected with the people throughout the process you are able to keep everybody heading towards the common goal. With Howspace’s behaviour based notifications to the participants, you can concentrate on more important tasks, like facilitating discussions and answering questions.
Change is the true team sport.
It’s no coincidence that our customers have seen a 5X improvement in their engagement rates with Howspace. With co-creation at its core, the platform allows you to involve as many people as you want, from anywhere at any time. All this, resulting in
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“Howspace creates an environment that feels safe, as the platform can be adjusted to the customer’s brand. This inspires people to share thoughts and ideas and facilitate change mutually.”
Senior Manager, Implement
Every day, Howspace is used by thousands of consultants, facilitators, and organizational development professionals. As a digital facilitation platform Howspace helps you to move your change initiatives forward.
Howspace’s content sharing features allow you and the participants to share information and files – including text, pictures, videos and presentations – with the group.
The poll widget allows participants to voice their opinions or give feedback by voting between predetermined alternatives. With real-time visualization, you can easily keep track of the participants’ answers – either as pie charts or columns.
The chat widget allows participants to discuss, collaborate, and brainstorm using any combination of text, video and pictures. With use cases ranging from in-workshop collaborative documentation to asynchronous discussions, the chat gives a voice to all the participants – even the ones who wouldn’t normally feel comfortable speaking in front of a room full of people.
The booking widget allows workspace participants to book an appointment for an interview or an individual coaching session from a list of alternative time slots. As a facilitator, you can determine the number of available seats for each session and that way make sure that you don’t exceed capacity on any of them.
Invite people to take part in a specific conversation by using the @ sign and their name. The person you’ve tagged will receive an immediate email notification with a direct link to the conversation.
The visual drag-and-drop editor makes it easy for you to create new workspaces and pages. Simply choose the background image or color you want, select the widgets you need, create and organize content, and manage widget-level settings. You can also co-edit pages in real time with a colleague, and duplicate widgets, pages, and even complete workspaces.
Create user groups to control access to different pages and features. For instance, you may want to create private pages for each department or region, send certain emails to team leaders only, or only allow certain people to take part in a particular discussion.
User profiles are great for mirroring organizational structures to the workspace. When you need information about a specific department, region, or group, simply filter the discussion based on the custom profile fields.
As a facilitator, you can send emails to the whole group or only some of the participants. For example, you might want to send a reminder to participants who haven’t completed a task yet. We’ve also made it easy for you to schedule emails – even the conditional ones.