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6/29/2020

Control Freak (Part 2)

Once you have opened the floodgates and (hopefully) your participants have submitted a bunch of questions, Meeting Town offers a range of options to moderate your Q&A experience.


While reviewing questions, you have the option to:

  • Edit questions, to fine tune questions
  • Mark questions to answer later - to take those complex topics offline
  • Approve - to release questions to your audience
  • Reject - the questions that didn’t make the cut
  • Archive - questions that are no longer relevant


Once questions are released to your discussion audience within the Meeting Town Public View, you also have the option to rearrange questions, based on where the conversation goes.

In addition to marking questions to answer later, archiving and deleting questions, you can also reorder questions manually.

  • If a question warrants discussion, but hasn’t been upvoted by the crowd, bump it to the top of the list to keep it top of mind.
  • Similarly, if a question should be brought to attention, you can also spotlight it, to make it visually stand out from the rest of the list.



Don’t forget that questions are sorted by upvotes, by default, so don’t be afraid to trust your participants and encourage them to let you know what topics are most important to them!

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