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Publish a Conversation

Log into your Remesh account and locate the Conversation you need to Publish. On your dashboard, you will see whether each Conversation is Published or Unpublished. See example below of an Unpublishe…

Andrew Farquhar
Updated 2 months ago by Andrew Farquhar

How many Moderators are allowed in a Conversation?

There is no limit on the number of Moderators you can have during a session, and the platform allows for multiple people to be on the moderator link simultaneously. However, we recommend having only…

Robert Schimaneck
Updated 2 months ago by Robert Schimaneck

Moderate with your Discussion Guide

Your Discussion Guide is on the left-hand side of the page. Hover over any item in the Guide, then click Send to send it to your audience. Once an item has been sent, it will turn gray and have a com…

Robert Schimaneck
Updated 2 months ago by Robert Schimaneck

Analyze the data in realtime

In the Conversation panel, you can see a snapshot of the data once each Ask or Poll question is finished. To view and analyze more responses, click Analyze at the bottom of the snapshot. This opens u…

Robert Schimaneck
Updated 2 months ago by Robert Schimaneck

What does "% Agree" mean?

Percent agree is an estimate of the percentage of participants that would agree with a particular response. We compute these scores, using a machine learning model called collaborative filtering, fro…

Robert Schimaneck
Updated 2 months ago by Robert Schimaneck

What is Highlights?

Highlights is the “spread of opinion” or a selection of thoughts in which each participant is most likely to find a thought they strongly agree with. The intention of this algorithm is to bring opini…

Mia Pfluger
Updated 2 months ago by Mia Pfluger

End a Conversation

When you are finished moderating your Remesh Conversation, all you need to do is click End in the upper-right corner of the Conversation bar. Once you click End , the Conversation is over and you wil…

Mia Pfluger
Updated 2 months ago by Mia Pfluger

How can I export the data?

Click End in the top right of the Conversation bar. Click Export Data. Select the type of data that you would like to export: Participant Data CSV, Conversation Data CSV, or Conversation Topline Powe…

Mia Pfluger
Updated 2 months ago by Mia Pfluger

What is a Conversation Data CSV?

The Conversation Data CSVs contain every response to every question asked during the Conversation. You have the option to export two different types of files: Sorted by Participant - this file is for…

Mia Pfluger
Updated 2 months ago by Mia Pfluger

What is a Conversation Topline PowerPoint?

The Conversation Topline PowerPoint report contains all of the data from the Conversation with each slide representing a single question. Before exporting the file, you will be prompted to select up…

Mia Pfluger
Updated 2 months ago by Mia Pfluger

What is a Participant Data CSV?

The Participant Data CSV contains participant IDs and the percentage of questions that each participant responded to. This file will be most useful if you need to track participation rates in order t…

Mia Pfluger
Updated 2 months ago by Mia Pfluger

How to read visualizations

Visualize. Under Visualize, you will have different ways to view the data that you have collected during your Conversation. Collection Breakdown. Note: Make sure you have at least one Collection and…

Amr Thameen
Updated 2 months ago by Amr Thameen

Creating Collections

Collections. You can organize participant responses into Collections according to important themes or topics that you seeing in the qualitative data. Once you have created your Collections, you can e…

Meghan Moore
Updated 1 month ago by Meghan Moore

How to use Filters

Filters allow Moderators and Observers to independently segment question data, based on any closed-ended Poll response, without having to create a new Segment. Filters can be used as an exploratory t…

Robert Schimaneck
Updated 1 month ago by Robert Schimaneck

Aggregating poll data across multiple conversations

Aggregating poll data across multiple conversations. If you run the same conversation multiple times to cover different markets or audience groups, you can easily aggregate the poll data across those…

Meghan Moore
Updated 2 months ago by Meghan Moore

Using Segments in Analysis

Using Segments in Analysis. You can compare agreement scores across segments by selecting your desired segments and then clicking "show all." This feature is available when viewing Common Topics, sta…

Meghan Moore
Updated 1 month ago by Meghan Moore

What are Common Topics?

Common Topics are the prominent words and phrases that arise in responses in each individual question. These appear in the live view for each Ask Opinion. You’ll see the word or phrase classified as…

Robert Schimaneck
Updated 2 months ago by Robert Schimaneck

Accessibility Best Practices for Moderators on Remesh

At Remesh, we want to ensure that all our participants have a great experience using the platform. So, we put together this set of recommendations on how to account for participants with disabilities…

Amr Thameen
Updated 2 months ago by Amr Thameen

Backroom

Backroom. The Backroom lets users collaborate during the live Conversation and after the Conversation ends! To access the Backroom, click "Backroom" on the header of the live Conversation: This will…

Meghan Moore
Updated 2 months ago by Meghan Moore

How to use Post-Session Analysis

After your Remesh Conversation is over, head to the Analysis tool to dig through your data! This is available to Moderators and Collaborators after the Conversation has ended. This tool appears as a…

Robert Schimaneck
Updated 2 months ago by Robert Schimaneck

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