Quick Tips

Are you ready to transform the way you collaborate? Here’s our guide to getting started.

Keep the tab open. Attentiv’s meant to be used throughout your workday. Notifications will keep you updated in case anybody’s commented, but you might miss something crucial from a teammate if you’ve logged off.

Invite the team. Make sure you’re adding everybody on your team to Attentiv. Features like upvotes and polling only get better with more users, so add others to see the best results.

Go anonymous. No need to be nervous or anxious about commenting. Go anonymous if you’re worried about commenting, replying to a specific person, or asking a question. But if you need to say it–get it out! That’s why Attentiv exists in the first place.

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Check the Blog section below for updates and advice on productive meetings ↓


What should remain private

The Anonymity Impossibility: Stats, Surveys, and Figures

Anonymity and information privacy are hot issues. Events like the Clinton server/email controversy, the Ashley Madison breach (releasing what was assured to be "anonymous" information), the Target d... Read more


The Power of Anonymity

Anonymity is nothing new—it’s existed long before Attentiv, blog comments, or the notes you might’ve gotten from your secret admirer back in the third grade. But it has an undeniable, universal ... Read more

Hourly Visitors

Getting on the front page of Reddit. What does it mean for your organization?

My most recent blog post on wasteful meetings went gangbusters. It has been tweeted 322 times, shared on LinkedIn 909 times, and shared on Facebook over 2.5k times as of writing this post. But the re... Read more

Best Practices

Attentiv Best Practices – Part 1

So, you’ve got an account – now what? Here's a list of some Attentiv best practices: 1. Keep the tab open: Attentiv’s meant to be used throughout your workday. Notifications will keep you... Read more