Posted August 27th, 2017
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You probably shouldn’t read much further in the post if you are not caught up on HBO’s Game of Thrones series or the Song of Ice and Fire book series. You also probably know how this works by now.
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Now that we have either only the true fans or those that don’t care here with us, let’s discuss a few ways that an anonymous feedback tool like, Incogneato could help all of the Queens, Kings, Lords, and frankly the entire populace of the realms of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy saga.
Instead of relying on fear and the whispers of her “little birds’ Queen Cersei could simply provide a way or her subjects to tell her what she is doing well and not so well (ahem stockpiling wildfire)—all without fear of beheadings. Maybe Jamie could use it too, to let Cersei know that his twin is being a huge b****.
Maybe others would have told Daenerys that Tyrion’s war plans needed iteration or that or that burning the Tarley’s might not be the best way to diminish the comparisons with her and her crazy father, the “Mad King”. Or maybe people could just comment anonymously on her new braid-game without fear of dragon fire (or being called a suck up, those braids are pretty sick!).
Jon Snow could have used some feedback during his brief time as the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch to really get a sense of if his brothers were going to stab him repeatedly.
Had Arya and Sansa had access to an Incogneato Anonymous Feedback box, maybe they would set aside their silly squabbles and hug for pete’s sake! Not even Littlefinger could sneak his way past the 2048-bit encryption that protects respondents’ privacy. Though maybe they wouldn’t need a feedback tool if they would just talk to their omniscient brother Bran, already!
If you’d like to know the honest truth about something why not give Incogneato a try? It’s free for 14 days and you can cancel at any time—no long contracts.
Posted August 11th, 2017
This past weekend’s release of a Google employee’s now-infamous “Google Manifesto” has received quite a bit attention of worldwide, and subsequently led to the firing of it’s author, James Damore. The document has sparked a torrent of debate over workplace culture, tolerance, and dissent.
The fact that it is so controversial (even within Google) demonstrates that there is a very real divide within many organizations. Intuitively, one would assume that most do not support anti-diversity views. The events of this week, however, show otherwise and strongly underscore the need for internal, anonymous feedback channels. Had James Damore been provided a tool to anonymously disclose and discuss his opinions with Google’s management, he may have never felt the need to pen his manifesto and Google wouldn’t have felt the need to terminate his employment. As research shows, suppressing emotions at work can lead to aggressive behavior.
Anonymous feedback solutions, such as Incogneato, allow organizations to anonymously gauge internal opinion on any topic—and not just topics that could publicly embarrass a company. Maybe a whole team is about to call it quits over a toxic manager. Maybe that recently-launched product contains bugs or issues that employees are afraid to speak about. Maybe a manager has done something illegal. The list of “what-ifs” can go on and on.
Sure, every company likes to think it’s employees are comfortable enough to share their views out in the open. Open door policies and listening tours are commonplace in many organizations. Those may work fine for some employees, but there will always be others who, for a variety of reasons, prefer to remain anonymous.
Posted July 26th, 2017
We’re pleased to announce our unique tool for anonymously collecting, analyzing, and responding to feedback has been renamed: Incogneato. Corpell Anonymous Box is now Incogneato and with this rebrand come a number of exciting changes that improve the way you can use your feedback boxes and how you manage them going forward.
Based on feedback, we’ve moved away from a token-based system and now offer three subscription options from which to choose:
And for a limited time, we are offering discounts to these subscription prices of 15%, 20%, and 25% respectively.
For additional information on Incogneato, and to create your free box, please visit www.incognea.to
Posted September 7th, 2016
We’re proud to announce the addition of tagging to our boxes. People can now tag their responses with a set of tags that you create in your administration area.
To create/change/delete a tag: Login to your box and select “Manage Response Tags” from the “This Box” menu.
To find tagged responses: Once a response has been tagged, search for the tag name using the “Search Within” feature in your administration area.
After creating your tags, they’ll automatically appear on your response page.
Posted September 6th, 2016
We frequently receive customization requests from people who just want a custom web address for their suggestion box (e.g. ansr.me/CompanyName). As a result, we’ve made it much easier to get one. Simply purchase a one-time token here, then login to your box and create one in the “Customize URL” section of the top menu. You’ll receive a notice within 48 hours when your new web address is live. The custom URL is yours for as long as your box is active (no renewal fee for the URL).
While there is a fee for the custom URL, it’s still significantly less expensive than any other suggestion box solution with similar features.
Posted May 31st, 2016
As requested many times, we now offer the ability to export all of your responses to a CSV file. Simply look for the CSV Export logo where you view your responses.
Posted May 28th, 2016
You can now automatically send an email notice to a group asking them to view and respond to your box. The new “Share Your Box” feature can be accessed from the “This Box” menu in your box administration area. Simply enter your name, an optional message, and the email address you wish to notify. You can even copy/paste the email addresses from a spreadsheet.
Posted May 25th, 2016
We’ve just launched a new feature that allows you to add introduction text to your box. Tell people the purpose of your box, give special instructions, or just say hello. The text appears just below your title.
To add your introduction text, simply login to your box and select “Box Intro Text” from the “This Box” menu.
Posted May 17th, 2016
We’ve recently added a little comparison on our homepage to help provide a balanced look at other online suggestion box providers and help you to decide which one best for you.
We’ve compared Corpell Anonymous Box with SuggestionOx, Boxwire, and Vetter. These three competitors have varying offerings, but at their core offer a similar product as we do. With the exception of SuggestionOx (which is free), Corpell Anonymous Box is by far the least expensive, full-featured online suggestion box platform. While SuggestionOx is free, it does not offer anonymous chat, voting, or box restrictions — which all come standard with Corpell Anonymous Box. Vetter offers the most similar feature set (but does not include anonymous chat), but costs more than 10 times more than our unlimited box account per year.
Posted November 5th, 2015
We launched two new features that let you limit who can respond to your box.
You now have the option of password-protecting your box and/or restricting it to visitors with specific IP addresses. Both features are available under “Box Restrictions” in the “This Box” menu.
From the “Box Restrictions” window, you can enable one or both restrictions. By default, neither are enabled.