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Improve your team's engagement thanks to the Timeline
Improve your team's engagement thanks to the Timeline

Get a better understanding on what really bothers your team.

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Written by Nicolas Deverge
Updated over a week ago

You would like to have more information about a particular comment. You may also wonder whether this comment represents a shared feeling or an isolated opinion of only one person.
Thanks to our Timeline, you have an overview of the topics that matter.

Teammates can agree or disagree with a comment, so that you can check if it's a shared opinion. People can discuss around a comment.

Browse the discussion that follows a comment to get an idea of the team's state of mind on the subject discussed...

...and participate in the conversation yourself. By default, your response will be anonymous (see below).

As a manager, for example, you can ask to get more details about a particular comment.

In this case, it may be more appropriate to be logged as the author of the response. You can deactivate anonymous mode by clicking on the "mask" icon, your name will appear next to your message once posted.


Reactions (agree/disagree) and discussions are anonymous.

When you say something in a discussion, you'll get an avatar and you'll keep it within that same discussion:

But this avatar is different if you participate in another discussion:

If the comment author participates in the discussion, an "author" label will be added next to their name/pseudo:

Make sure to engage on feedback!


Do you want to discuss a subject unrelated to your current mood? Use the “Topic” cards to submit your question, idea, observation for which you wish to obtain the opinion of your team. A card like this will appear in the team timeline:

As for moods, discussions are by default anonymous but everyone can lift their anonymity if they wish.


You can create special cards to highlight the good things that happen in team life.

Use Kudos to thank/celebrate one or more teammates or even the whole team (to thank for a helping hand, congratulate for a great presentation or welcome a newcomer for example).

The senders and recipients of Kudos are not anonymous but the discussions on their card are (unless you change it).


To find recently discussed Topics, given Kudos, or popular mood comments, a special box to the left of the Timeline allows you to navigate through it.

Click on the title of the item you're interested in and you'll be brought to the level of the chat card.

Use the "+ new Topic" or "+ new Kudos" button to create a new one.

If you don't see the Timeline in your account, then please contact us!

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