How to create your first jamstorming.

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Sign up to jamstorming.com

First create your account.

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Create your account
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You just need your email address
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Once signed up, log in
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Enter your email and password
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You are in!

Now create users.

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Choose a visual for your participants
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Type their names (or group names)

Ok, it is now time to create your first workshop.

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Now create your first Jamstorming workshop
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Add a title
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Add the users you want for that workshop
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Create your question
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Building Blocks
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Put the Building Block in your Timeline
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Timeline

That’s it! Go live and manage participants screens remotely !

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Go live
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See who is in the session

Participants join the session in 1 click.

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Participants join via jamstorming.com/app
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Jamstorming is fully responsive
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Participants enter token
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They choose their user
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See who’s in!
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Remote control your workshop
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Go next when all participants’ input are captured
Look at the participant experience
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All contributions in 1 excel sheet in 1 click
Let’s recap if needed…

Thank you and enjoy!

Don’t hesitate to share your insights with us here, to contact us or to chat with us today. Your feedback is very important for us!


Simple and personalized surveys to brainstorm and reach consensus.

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We are indeed in a feedback economy more than ever. The issue with traditional surveys is the lack of open feedback. When you attend an event, a workshop, a work meeting, often the facilitator wants the attendees to vote on A, B or C to figure out their opinions. These surveys contain multiple-choice questions also named ‘closed questions’. In other words, the facilitator chooses beforehand the answers on which the attendees have to vote. This approach can’t generate real and exhaustive feedback.

The issue with traditional surveys is the lack of open feedback.

In today’s economy, participants wants to be heard, they want to share their ideas. For sure they could do this on collaborative platforms like Jive, Yammer or even Facebook, but these tools lack of structure. Time is key and keeping the audience engaged as well. The facilitator requires a professional tool to generate many thorough feedback as possible. …


and shares its experience in their newsletter

It is just great to discover what people say or write about us. Today, we are delighted by the article written by the Prof. Laurence Dessart from the Kedge Business School. It proves that any product can only best be described by its customers. Thanks a lot Laurence Dessart for these kind words :

As part of her digital marketing course, Laurence Dessart uses this web application with her students. Once connected, they answer online to various predefined questions by their professor, and individually or in groups. The tool also allows them to vote and comment on the responses of others and to visualize all responses for the whole class. The advantages of this application are many. It can optimize students’ concentration and engagement and facilitate the work in groups. From the professor’s perspective, time management is improved. The tool also allows you to export all the responses received following the exercise for the purpose of study and conservation (paper trail). Furthermore, students are more involved and focused throughout the session. …


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We are proud to announce you the birth of the public and standalone new version of Jamstorming, a simple and enjoyable workshop app, the best tool to save time and increase engagement during workshops.

Jamstorming now indeed offers to its customers an administrator interface to build and manage its workshops by yourself.

The code has been optimized at the same time allowing a very fluid experience for the participants, even on 3G.

Participants can join a Jamstorming through their iPhone, Android phone, tablet or even computer using Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer.

Your admin will allow you to create as many workshops as you want. You can even use them with 3 participants free.

You will find all information on jamstorming.com.

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