What if we told you that...

You can involve hundreds or even thousands of people in your workshop. All of the work can be documented, together by you and your participants, during the workshop. The whole thing can take place face-to-face or virtually, at the same time or asynchronously. 

You can discuss and make decisions in real-time. Your participants' knowledge can be shared and heard immediately, and everyone will feel appreciated. 

Your participants can get to know each other before your workshop. You can gather expectations beforehand. And after the workshop, you can stay with your participants for as long as it takes to achieve the impact you want. 

Everyone can participate with just one click, on any device, whenever, wherever. No registration, installation, or training required. 


Want to hear more? Read on. 

How to run a great workshop

1. Establish a continuum of engagement

Pre-activation, workshop, post-activation. Forget about emails: REAL gives you a noise-free channel that you control and where your participants can focus on those important discussions. Remember: no engagement, no impact.

2. Broaden and lengthen your interaction

No reason not to invite 200 people to the pre-activation, if it helps make the workshop better. Same goes for the post-activation: sharing the outcomes of a management team workshop with the whole organization can be powerful.

3. Make the impact visible

Change takes time, so plan for multiple rounds of post-activation to take place in REAL. Create a positive feedback loop and reinforce the lessons by getting people to share stories and reflections of what has already changed. 

4. Make it repeatable and efficient

After a few good projects, see how much of your content can be turned into templates. Three templates each for pre-activation, workshop, and post-activation gives you a great toolkit for quickly whipping up a brilliant workshop.

REAL key features

Before the workshop

Videos and chat
Recording a personal welcome video is as easy as browsing into the workspace on your mobile phone and recording it directly there. And few things kickstart a discussion like a thoughtful open question.

Invitations, reminders and notifications
Invite everybody with a single email or SMS. See who’s visited the workspace, who hasn’t participated in the discussion, and send reminders based on that information. 

One click participation on any device
Your participants receive an invitation with a personal link, they click on that link - and they’re in, ready to contribute. No more wondering whether everyone understood the instructions.

Workshop participation on any device with REAL
Facilitating workshops

During the workshop

Hide and show content
Create all your content in advance, and then just hide the pages or content in pages that you don’t want your participants to see yet. You can even do this in real-time. “Wow effect" guaranteed.

Real-time polls
Run brief polls at any point in the day, and get the results in real-time. Pro tip: watching poll results come in on a giant screen in a 100-person workshop is another guaranteed “wow effect".

Co-created documentation
Boost engagement during the workshop by letting your participants take photos of their flipcharts, document groupwork with short bits of video, and so on. More fun for them, and saves a lot of time for you. Win-win. 


After the workshop

1-on-1 feedback
Use the Assignment widget for private discussions. Great for gathering feedback, giving personal guidance, or just getting honest thoughts from those that might not be comfortable sharing their thoughts in public. 

Export everything
Sometimes you need to get all the data out. Our export feature turns your project into a neat package: a folder for each page, with PDFs, images, videos, and all discussions and polls as spreadsheets.

Workspace Archive
After closing, your project remains in the archive. You can reopen it later, or use it as a template for another project. 
No more rummaging through your drives and folders in search of “that project we did a while back". 

How to run a good workshop

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