Google Moderator… but with answers

Google released Moderator as a tool to help solicit questions from an audience: participants can suggest a questions and/or vote on previously suggested questions. The results are ranked and presumably the questions are then used for whatever the purpose was in asking them. It’s a great idea. But it’s missing one thing… answers.

With YouSaidIt you can ask the audience for questions, allow them to be ranked, and when that process is complete change your settings such that the questions can be answered. Answers can be provided in a variety of ways: by the author/host, by one or more selected guest experts or by the audience themselves.

Try it it out: YouSaidIt

Start an interview, change the setting to allow audience questions (you can choose to moderate or not), set answers to interviewees only for now (you can change it later if you want the audience to answer).

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