At Fuzed we have thought about collaboration holistically. From recognizing that people tend to share with groups, one on one with one person, with the entire company or even save information in a private knowledge repositories, Fuzed has you covered. When working in teams, people can use a variety of content creation tools to facilitate the sharing of ideas, thoughts and information. Using tools like collaborative tagging and knowledge mapping, collaboration takes on a completely different meaning with Fuzed. Where relevancy and immediacy are valued.
One of the benefits of having groups is the inherent potential in collective feedback from members of any groups. To facilitate collecting feedback and engaging groups, Fuzed provides extensive surveys, assessments and forms functionality.
Explore the various ways how teams can take collaboration to the next level. See various capabilities and scroll down for descriptions and screenshots.
Fuzed provides a digital complement to the rich relationships people build and maintain in the physical workplace. From saving information privately for later use or reflection, sharing with the entire organization, sharing with groups private or public and even a one on one activity stream with trusted contacts, Fuzed offers a rich ecosystem to connect and share with.
- Private – Save interesting information in a private space just for yourself. To save something just for you just type “Private”
- Public – Share with all members of a Fuzed Network. To share information with the entire Fuzed Network just start typing “Public News Feed”
- Contact – Share with a contact one on one and access the activity with one person by clicking on their name. To share anything with a contact or group, start typing the name of the contact. Fuzed will automatically display names of matching contacts or groups
- Group- Share with a group of members in Fuzed. To share anything with a contact or group, start typing the name of the group. Fuzed will automatically display names of matching contacts or groups. There are three types of groups in Fuzed :
- Private – Only invited members can see and access a private group and its activity
- Public – Any member of the Fuzed Network can find this group in the group directory, view activities and will be able to request membership in this group
- Open – Non Members of the Fuzed Network can see this group and its activity. Non members will be able to request membership to this Fuzed Network and this group.
Share any web page with others in Fuzed using the Fuzed Bookmarklet
Share a tweet with others in Fuzed
Share an article or a blog from your Google RSS feed right in Fuzed
Search BING in Fuzed and share search results with others
Fuzed includes comprehensive survey capabilities that lets Group Administrators collect data from the entire group or specific audience in a large group, about their opinions, behavior or knowledge. Centrally available survey analytics provide insights into people that have not yet responded and responses over time. Clicking on any survey chart for a given option for a point in time shows the people that chose that option at that time.
Scenarios for using Surveys
- When identifying customer requirements or preferences
- When assessing employee satisfaction, a group satisfaction or specific audiences within a group, such as identifying or prioritizing problems to address
- When evaluating proposed changes
- When assessing whether a change was successful
- Periodically, to monitor changes in customer or employee satisfaction over time
How to use Surveys
- Create a survey, save it as draft, share a survey with groups and if needed specific audiences in that group based on titles, interests or locations
- A survey can contain any number of optional/mandatory questions including Rating Scale, Pick One Choice, Multiple Choice or Free Text
- A survey can be scheduled to be shared on a specific date. A survey can be scheduled so that it is shared recurrently
- A survey can be expired after which responses will not be accepted. An expired survey can be edited to increase the expiry date to a future date
- When responding to a survey, people can save a survey as work in progress, partially submit survey responses or fully complete and submit survey response
- Surveys can have a knowledge map thereby allowing all members to associate relevant artifacts to their survey responses
- Analyze survey responses centrally. Export survey data to Excel
Creating a survey
Responding to a survey
Analyzing survey results
Fuzed provides a rich portfolio of content creation tools that help instantly share information, get the point across, inquire, give and get feedback, alert and advise others. Tools include creating and sharing updates, messages, links, files, questions, answers, answer voting, comments, polls, surveys, forms, assessments, ratings, tags and more
Example of creating and sharing a poll
Responding to a question
Fuzed lets people upload and share files from the local computer and from shared network drives. Fuzed also lets people shared links to documents in SharePoint that appear as documents in Fuzed making it easy for people to recognize the type of content they are looking at.
Viewing and sharing SharePoint documents in Fuzed
There is often need within an enterprise to measure knowledge, skill or aptitude of a group on specific topics. Fuzed includes assessment capabilities that lets Group Administrators create and share assessments that guide participants through correct answers if they get a wrong answer. Centrally available assessment analytics provide insights into people that have not yet responded and responses over time. Clicking on any assessment chart for a given question shows the people that either responded correctly or incorrectly to that question.
Scenarios for using Assessments
- When launching a new product or service
- Testing knowledge after training
- Making change to policies and/or procedures
How to use Assessments
- Create an assessment, save it as draft, share the assessment with groups and if needed specific audiences in that group based on titles, interests or locations
- An assessment can contain any number of optional/mandatory questions including Rating Scale, Pick One Choice, Multiple Choice or Free Text
- For every question, the right option or right answer can be provided. Option to show the right answer to people once they submit the assessment
- An assessment can be scheduled to be shared on a specific date. An assessment can be scheduled so that it is shared recurrently
- An assessment can be expired after which responses will not be accepted. An expired assessment can be edited to increase the expiry date to a future date
- Analyze assessments centrally. Export assessment data to Excel
Viewing results after taking an assessment
One of the basic activities that people need to do is to create a form to collect information from others and in some cases have a dedicated committee review submitted forms. Since groups are already created in Fuzed, it is easy to request people to fill out a form using Fuzed.
Scenarios for using Forms
- Service Requisition and request evaluation
- Performance Reviews
- Signing up new groups of people for a cause or a goal
- Providing information as part of a process and reviewing information provided
How to use Forms
- Create a form, save it as draft or share the form with groups
- A form can contain any number of optional/mandatory questions including Rating Scale, Pick One Choice, Multiple Choice or Free Text
- Feedback can be requested from reviewers for forms as they are filled
- Feedback can be requested from members of another group in Fuzed
- Feedback can be requested for response to each question or for the entire form
- Control if reviewers can see each others responses or not
- Control if participants can see reviewers feedback or not
Creating a form in Fuzed
Requesting reviewers to score as members fill out a form