What is a Discussion?
Discussions are a way to gather feedback, questions and ideas on a given topic from employees across your organization.
How do I get started with Discussions?
Email us at [email protected] or click on the chat bubble below (or question mark in-app) to let us know you’d like to set up Discussions. We’ll schedule a 15-minute call to get to know you and your needs, give you a few tips to get the most out of Discussions, and help you get set up.
Are Discussions free?
Hypercontext Discussions are a paid feature. If you’re looking for our free stuff, try our one-on-one and Team meeting agenda features. To set up a one-on-one or a Team meeting, click on the “+” icon under “People” and “Teams”. Don’t have a Community Workspace? Create one here.
How much do Discussions cost?
Who at my company pays for a Discussion?
The first person to give us their credit card information will be the one who pays for all Discussions at your organization by default. So, if you’re the first one to set up a Discussion at your company, you’ll pay for your users plus anyone else who decides to start using the feature.
If you’d like to update your company’s credit card information, get in touch and we’ll help you out.
What form of payment do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards.
How many people can I invite to a Discussion?
You can invite as many people as you’d like to a Discussion.
How long does a Discussion last?
You decide! Depending on your topic you might want to run your Discussion for a few days, weeks or months. Or, if you’re running a ongoing Discussion (e.g. to collect employee questions for a recurring All Hands meeting) you might even want to keep it open indefinitely.
Click here for some examples of how long different types of Discussions tend to last.
Is there a limit to the number of items we can add to a Discussion?
Nope. People can add as many items, votes and comments as they’d like. We charge based on the number of users engaging, not the volume of items, votes or comments.