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Easy for end-users to experience the workflow and processes (i.e. low entry barrier) and handle the tool. Easy for facilitators to create a digital board and to animate and create a good remote real-time or asynchronous experience. Moreover, it allows building Customer Journey Maps (CJM) for my end-users with very low time invested and a high level of reusability.
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The ability to create optional interest groups for users to join if they like is a great way brings users together, and promote group meet ups and events. The polls ability is always great for taking a quick check of people's availability, we've used it to gauge interest in events and dates. One thing that could be improved is that there is both a messaging and an instant message functionality which seems a little redundant having users being able to message you from different places in separate inboxes, however this may be due to our set up.
Read full review Pros There are many templates available in the library: very useful for organizing a workshop that always requires a method to support collective intelligence. Klaxoon is great for working collaboratively at the same time. It is really visual and not very difficult to use. It has different kinds of interesting features, but you have to know about them. Blackboard principle, confidentiality of contributions Read full review MangoApps provide a large number of options to interact within a community. People can post updates, ask questions, create polls, quizzes, wiki, surveys, chats, or forms. The Web interface is a modern application (Facebook inspired). The navigation (although not the most efficient) is overall quite intuitive. MangoApps has a web interface, and apps for desktop (Windows, Mac), and mobile. MangoApps features a centralized notification system. Unread messages are notified from the Web app, the mobile, or the desktop app. The synchronization status is synchronized. MangoApps integrates with Active Directory. Read full review Cons From a user perspective I would say klaxoon offers all the good stuff. A few functions could be more developed like survey. I personally had troubled organizing some of the boards to have the data from them exported in a nice way. Hard to find more negative sides, but more templates for more use cases would always be nice :-) Read full review The messaging system is quite new and doesn't always clear down when read The mentions tab can get very busy if you're added to groups Lots of customisation can make it overwhelming when editing Read full review Alternatives Considered
we are trying many visual collaboration applications. and we will choose the application that will offer us a more interactive environment.
is a very similar app and surpasses Klaxoon in terms of interface and simplicity. But Klaxoon is more successful with pre-designed boards.
is a different concept and lags behind Klaxoon in terms of workspace.
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Facebook at Work
featured a very modern interface and was praised by many of the beta testers, we primarily didn't choose
Facebook at Work
due to data security reasons.
Read full review Return on Investment Klaxoon allows working in a group easily at the same time for people in different places. So the main benefit is to work collaboratively and to come back to the work anytime we want. It was especially important during the Covid period when we could not organize on-site sessions with a real post-it. It helps also for online training or digital adoption thanks to the possibility to define the digital training journey with Module/Quiz sessions/Surveys. we benefited from strong support from the Customer management services of Klaxoon to kick off the solution in a very good way. Read full review Users can connect from all over the business, especially useful when working from home A friendly informal communication method outside of teams/slack/emails A way to communicate events to the whole business Read full review ScreenShots