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Who is my Remesh Workspace Admin?
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What is the difference between a Name and a Title?
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What order are conversations sorted in the dashboard?
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Maximum number of participants
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How to program your Discussion Guide?
What are Onboarding Polls?
Create Onboarding Polls
Are Onboarding Polls required?
Add images and videos to a Discussion Guide
What is a Segment?
Create a Segment
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How many Moderators allowed in a Conversation?
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How can I edit the Discussion Guide during a Conversation?
Analyze the data in realtime
What does "% Agree" mean?
What is Representative Subset?
What are "Call-outs"?
End a Conversation
How can I export the data?
What is a Conversation Data CSV?
What is a Conversation Topline PowerPoint?
What is a Participant Data CSV?
Can Participants see all responses?
Inviting Participants to your Remesh conversation
Tracking Individual Participants
What happens when Participants get rejected?
Maximum number of Participants
Incentivize your Audience
Audience Recruitment Best Practices
Audience Recruiting Ratios
Manage Unruly Participants
Participants arriving late
Other Questions, Tips, and Tricks
Updated by Robert Schimaneck
Percent agree is an estimate of the percentage of participants that would agree with a particular response.
We compute these scores using collaborative filtering from the voting activity the participants complete after submitting their own response.
There are currently two types of exercises that participants complete:
- Binary Choice
The agree/disagree exercise presents the participant with a single response that was submitted by someone in the audience and prompts them to select if they agree or disagree with that response. This exercise gives us an absolute baseline of what a participant does or doesn’t agree with.
The binary choice exercise presents the participant with two responses that were submitted by individuals in the group and prompts them to select the response they prefer more. This exercise provides a relative signal of agreement or disagreement between the responses which assists in a relative ranking of responses.