Screenshot of Scottish Government's Covid 19 conversation using Dialogue (on both a browser and mobile view)

The Dialogue feature that asks 'why is this idea important' is great because it makes the respondent think twice about what they’re saying and then argue the case for their idea. If you look at some of the conversations that went on, that was a big part of why it was successful.

Digital Engagement Team, The Scottish Government

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The platform encourages thoughtful, considered debate more than a standard online survey or poll, and I have found it to also elicit respectful discussions, even when opinions are in conflict. Dialogue is also incredibly easy to understand (for users) and to extract and summarise the contributions (for officials). I love it, and can’t wait to use it in future inquiries!

Senior Researcher, National Assembly for Wales

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