3 good reasons

  • Listen

    Those who are invited to participate feel heard

  • Co-construction

    There is interaction among participants, individual and collective reflections mature, and you make the most appropriate decisions

  • Adaptation

    You show openness and cooperation


It's easy Peasy !



You create your Qwiid.
In a few clicks, you choose your parameters and ask your question



You then share your Qwiid with your colleagues, friends, or the whole world if you wish!


Opinions and decision

Everyone gives their opinion from where they want, when they want.
Opinions are shared and mutually improved.
You make the decision best suited to the situation, understood and accepted by the team!

Easy and intuitive
Dynamic and participatory

Qwiid helps you


Hearing from employees, improving services, ...
  • Participative leadership
  • Gathering needs and desires of the team (training, etc.)
  • Gather any issues or concerns within the department (workload, work atmosphere, etc.)
  • Idea box, brainstorming
  • Service and staff evaluation


  • Recruiting candidates
  • Evaluating employee competencies
  • 360° evaluations
  • Assessment of formations and teachers
  • Evaluation and deliberation in schools
  • Juries


  • Determining the scope, the persons to be consulted, ...
  • Collection of any problems
  • Recommendations
  • Service quality assessment
  • Conformity Testing
  • Satisfaction survey

Human ressources and well-being

  • Gathering the general needs of employees
  • Participatory suggestion box
  • Special studies : burnout (what causes stress ? what avenues for solutions ? ...), well-being at work, ....
  • Evaluations and recruitment


  • Brainstorming
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Silent meetings
  • Collective intelligence and co-construction
  • Nonviolent communication (NVC)
  • Reporting and archiving


  • Organize team building events (where, when, ...)
  • Organizing vacations
  • Choosing sports and other activities


  • Opinion polls, ratings polls, ...

Participatory democracy

  • Citizen consultation, referendum
  • Co-construction on social issues and projects


  • Administrative boards, general meetings and other committees
  • Preparation and follow-up of meetings
  • Secretariat and minutes
  • Silent meetings

You choose ...

Use the different types of questions to best contextualize your decision-making. Whether you want to create debate or centralize information, everything is possible! With Qwiid the exchange is easy and the decision is definitely a good one!

Everyone has their say

With open questions, room for debate. Each participant is free to express their opinion on the question asked. Arguments and opinions are presented schematically.

  • Ideal for preparing for, accompanying or even replacing a meeting
  • Allow individual and collective reflections to mature
  • Opens the field of possibilities

Fast and effective

The most well-known decision-making process is the survey. A question is asked, the participants answer it and the best option is the one that obtained the most votes. Here, no frills, we go to the basics ...

  • Suited for arbitrary decisions (choice of a date, a location, a color, ...)
  • Single or multiple choice
  • The fastest to create and use

Complex decisions are made easy

Used alone or in groups, the decision matrix is the ideal tool to quickly identify the best proposition in the context of multicriteria decision-making.

  • Particularly suitable for comparisons
  • Can be used by oneself or shared in a group
  • Participants assess comparison criteria

Now it's your turn !

Create your first Qwiid for free and see for yourself how simple and intuitive it is.
Whether it's planning your next holidays or preparing for an important business meeting, there are 1000 good reasons to use Qwiid.

Using Qwiid means:

  • Make the best use of collective intelligence
  • Limit cognitive biases
  • Make sure you make the decision that best suits you
Collective intelligence is the ability to connect intelligence and knowledge between people to solve a problem or achieve a goal.
Olivier Zara - Pioneer in collective intelligence management
Collective intelligence is an important factor in the effectiveness of teams in companies. It is the sum of the individual intelligences of team members plus their relationship.
Olfa Gréselle Zaïbet - PhD in Management Sciences
Current research supports the benefits of holding a “silent meeting” as one way of better leveraging the ideas, perspectives, and insights of organizational talent.
Steven G. Rogelberg and Liana Kreamer