Grouping input with tags in an online workshop
Use the tagging method to group workshop input that belongs together
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Written by Stijn Zwarts
Updated over a week ago

When collecting lots of input, it can be very challenging as a facilitator to guide a face-to-face discussion based on those individual items without losing the overview.

That's where input grouping comes in. Through tagging, you can identify the bigger themes, needs, patterns, ... within all the input you've collected.

How does it work?

  1. As a facilitator, you group the input that 'belongs together' (same topic, same need, same trend, ...) by giving them the same color-coded tag. All participants will see the tags you've added.

  2. Input can be sorted by tag to facilitate a face-to-face discussion on those bigger topics and trends instead of on the individual input.

  3. When collaboratively drafting a conclusion, you can take those input groups along to support you in the writing process.

  4. Retrieve all information in your export file.

The proof of the pudding is in the eating: simply try it out to experience this feature in practice. If you would have remaining questions, you can find us at

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