Our interface is based on an innovative way to organise the information organically, so it may seem unusual at first, but once you get it, you'll love it.

We call it a "flower" because it resembles a child's drawing of a flower.

It all starts with the first statement in the middle. You can think of it like a 'Seed'. It can be a meeting recording or anything else, like a screen recording, video, voice message, uploaded file, YouTube video, or even a sticky note.

By clicking the plus button on the timeline, team members can add their contributions (we call them petals) to the central statement. The petals are attached exactly where the plus button was clicked, making it easier to understand which topic they refer to.

The flower interface has a fractal-like structure and is fully interactive. Every petal becomes a center if you click it, and you can attach further contributions exactly as you can to the central statement. This can go several levels deep.

Once you've clicked a petal, you can go back in two ways:

  • Click anywhere on the canvas

  • Click on the “Back” button

If your asynchronous discussion goes several levels deep you can view the full discussion by choosing the “Tree view” button.

In the tree view, you can see a high level overview of all comments made throughout the discussion. It resembles mind map, where you can see at one glance discussion hotspots.

What is the best way to find a certain contribution?

Using the search bar on the right panel is the fastest way to find a contribution in a meeting. You can filter by "most relevant", "contributor", "unwatched" and "label". Or you can simply type a word or a name you're searching for.

How do I switch to a standard video player?

You might need to view videos in a square format sometimes. To open the standard video player, click the square button inside the circle.

You can switch back by clicking on the circle button inside the video player.

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