- Powernoodle is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend
Likelihood to Recommend
Best suited: In focused, facilitator driven idea noting or discussion session.Less suited: There is no force factor to get users to come back to the mission or page once the session is over. There is no what happens next driver for Missions.
- Groups needing to make a decision
- Democratically based decision making
- Sensitive topics
- Discussions Groups needing input
- It is not overloaded. Clear to finish the things in mind.
- It is flexible to the Team and the upcoming crowd
- The design is very impressive and we love it
- So we can link simple to it from our page
- In my opinion it is an alternative to this normal roadmap
Strategist in SalesInternet Company, 1-10 employees
- Powernoodle has ignited deeper, more candid conversations among our team leaders. We've been able to see through these discussions that we haven't always told our story in the most compelling manner, and that we need to be clearer, more concise and less wordy. Since Powernoodle limits your contributions to a certain number of characters, it forces you to think hard about what you really want to say. This feature was particularly powerful for our organization, which has tended to verbosity.
- Powernoodle allowed us to vet old and new ideas in a safe space, minimizing biases and groupthink. In many organizations there are some who speak more than others, and often their ideas get more attention. What Powernoodle does brilliantly is it allows, actually requires, each participant to write what they wish anonymously and without interruption. Each participant is equal in the sense that all input into Powernoodle is brief (limited number of characters) and the anonymity definitely prevents the usual bias toward those who speak the most.
- Powernoodle increased critical thinking about our organization and forced us to re-examine why and how we do what we do. With Powernoodle, we were able to look at everyone's ideas, comment on them, decide if some should be merged, and ultimately vote on them. The Powernoodle process forced us to be clear, which meant we each needed to think critically about what has worked and what hasn't worked for us, and how we move forward with what has worked and with new ideas.
- More videos in terms of tutorials and use cases.
- Success stories of how companies used Ideanote to supercharge their innovation.
- The new Zapier integration is a good step but I would like to see more native integrations with popular SaaS products.
- Expensive - if not for finding it in an AppSumo deal it would have been hard to afford.
Premium Consulting/Integration Services—
Entry-level set up fee?
$49 per month
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
None. This is the only idea and innovation management software I use for our internal processes and we soon plan to use this for our future lined-up services.We have tried GERU in the past but that is a visual mapping software and does not really help in managing proper communication between guests and internal team members.
Account Manager in Customer ServiceOutsourcing/Offshoring Company, 1-10 employees
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Return on Investment
- Ideas are well tracked and centralized in one place.
- We can prioritize ideas and take immediate actions on them.
- Our team members are recognized for contributing improvement ideas and hence our team is encouraged to think outside the box about business challenges.
C-Level Executive in CorporateInformation Technology & Services Company, 1-10 employees
- While we are still in the beginning stages of taking action on the decisions we made using the Powernoodle process, I have no doubt that there will be a very positive ROI on our overall objectives.