EHQ Features

Using interactive mapping in your next consultation

At Bang the Table, we are lucky enough to see all of the great projects and consultation activities that are put together by our clients around the world. Recently, we have been seeing some absolutely fantastic projects using our Places tool for geo-spatial and location based consultations. In this post, we want to share with […]

Nathan Connors

Nathan Connors

2 years ago

Best practice for archiving completed projects

Ever wondered what to do when you consultation is over? Well you’re not on your own. One of the most common questions we get asked about online engagement is what to do with consultations once they have concluded. Because this is such an important question to answer for good community engagement practice, we thought we’d […]

Nathan Connors

Nathan Connors

2 years ago

Launching In-app Chat Support

We are taking our EngagementHQ service to another level with the introduction of in-app chat support across our entire international client base.

Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

2 years ago

Shapefile support for map-based digital community engagement

We have extended EHQ Places to support the display of map layers via ESRI shapefile, which means you can now include layers in your consultation maps either through WMS layers, or the newly implemented shapefile upload.

Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

2 years ago

Public Submissions with EHQ

Public submission processes are common engagement method used to capture detailed written feedback from stakeholders. These processes are often guided by legislative requirements or simply by internal policy from with an organisation. Capturing submissions is often done via survey, email or even post and there is usually mandatory information about the participant, which must be […]

Nathan Connors

Nathan Connors

2 years ago

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Analysing survey results using filters

​Conducting surveys with EHQ is one of the most common ways to collect feedback from online engagement projects. analysing survey results To help you analyse this data we recommend using filters to help you look for trends and patterns in your survey data. Understanding this feature is essential for anyone using surveys as part of […]

Nathan Connors

Nathan Connors

2 years ago

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Small changes make a big difference to your participant’s online experience

At Bang the Table, we’re spending more and more time thinking about both EngagementHQ’s UX for both participants and administrators. Improved UX will simplify your role as an administrator. At the same time you should see higher participation rates and re-engagement rates as participants find the participation so easy, intuitive and enjoyable.

Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

2 years ago

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