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After a good brainstorming session, this game helps the group prioritize and converge on an agreed solution.
Facilitator Instructions:
1) Add ideas: Write down a list of ideas by clicking on the "Add an Idea" button. This list could come from .
2) Cast votes: Each player votes for their favorite ideas by clicking on the thumbs up 👍 icon. Players have 5 votes total and can vote on an idea more than once.
3) View board: See which ideas rose to the top on the "dot" board and reflect on the top 3 and bottom 3 ideas.
Step 1: Click on "Add an Idea" to add ideas to the list.
Add an Idea
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1
Hackronyms
2
Can social commerce save the planet?
3
Civic participation online
4
The autism spectrum
5
Publishing in a new world
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I’m done adding ideas:
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Step 2: Each team member casts 5 votes on their favorite ideas
Player:
@Anonymous User
has
5
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Idea Name
Voters
1
Can social commerce save the planet?
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JK
JD
IZ
+6
2
Hackronyms
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SM
EB
EC
+4
3
Civic participation online
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SM
ED
FM
+3
4
The autism spectrum
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AC
EB
AC
FM
5
Publishing in a new world
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AC
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Step 3: View the "dot" board sorted by votes. Double-click on an idea to see who voted for it.
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Can social commerce save the planet?
Vote Count
Hackronyms
Vote Count
Civic participation online
Vote Count
The autism spectrum
Vote Count
Publishing in a new world
Vote Count


🙇‍♂️ Reflect
The top 3 ideas based on votes were:
@Can social commerce save the planet?
@Hackronyms
@Civic participation online
The bottom 3 ideas were:
@Publishing in a new world
@The autism spectrum
@Hackronyms








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