Protecting identities levels the playing field and encourages all voices to be heard
Help your team speak up safely in townhalls, all-hands and ask-me-anything sessions
Allow free thoughts without fear of retribution. Iterate faster. Win.
Allow Slack team members to post, reply and give karma anonymously
Authors can show a Slack usergroup they belong to
Posts with negative karma are hidden
Repliers are distinguished by pseudonymsLearn more...
Anonymous content is analyzed for its sentiment and perspective and only then it is sent through Slack
Slack admins can set the workspace limits and add additional AI models
Supports analysis of over 100 languagesLearn more...
Allow Slack team members to poll and vote anonymously
Wide variety of pulse survey templates is available
Polls are real-time generated images - perfect for embedding in emails and presentationsLearn more...
Periodically ask for open and anonymous feedback in selected channels
Intended to be used for weekly AMA, Townhall and All Hands sessions, but feel free to be creative!Learn more...
whispers allows anyone from your Slack team to post anonymously (or not) in a private channel that is only accessible to a priviliged few
Allows the creation of private suggestion boxes - to raise concers or sensetive issues - e.g. #whisper-to-hr, #whisper-to-executives etc.
A thread allows both the whisperer and recipients to convene pseudonymouslyLearn more...
Allow Slack team members to recognize, praise or give Kudos to others
AI is used to verify that the recognition is of positive sentiment
Admins can set the amount of allowed positive sentiment
Members can't give shoutouts to themselves
Shoutouts are real-time generated images - easily embedded anywhere images are supportedLearn more...
Admins can choose to allow usage of anonymity only in specific public or private channels
Only members of an allowed private channel can use anonymity there
Perfect for suggestion box, Ask Me Anything (AMA) and townhall channelsLearn more...
Admins can customize OpenSay to fit their Slack team's needs
Distributed teams may choose to limit anonymous feedback to specific languages
Karma & Flags thresholds can be set to allow unpopular opinions to be heard
HR may require only positive anonymous sentimentLearn more...
Team members can self-regulate anonymous messages by flagging a message as inappropriate
When a message reaches a threshold (3 by default) flag reports, the message is deleted and the flag reporters are mentioned (to avoid trolls)
When a message's Karma is below a threshold (0 by default) the message is hidden
Encouraging contrarian thoughts - admins can set the number of required flag reports and the Karma thresholdLearn more...
Use the /anon command to launch OpenSay's menuLearn more...
Periodically ask for anonymous team feedback with Weekly Triggers!
Jan 19, 2023
Learn how we use cryptography to never store the actual ID of anonymous authors
Mar 10, 2022
Allow anonymous authors to display their Slack usergroup!
Jul 22, 2021