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Version 1.1 - Your Feedback helped shape our site


Many thanks to so many of our colleagues and visionaries who shared feedback with us over the past few weeks to help us improve Huddle Up.

We're thrilled to say we just released version 1.1 and added the following improvements.

  1. Streamline the "Join a Project" process. (It's now a one-click experience)
  2. Adding a customizable rubric so that Project Leaders can foster peer evaluation by editing the criteria and descriptors.
  3. Minimizing text and adding video submissions.
  4. User notifications to alert each participant of incoming feedback or direct messages.
  5. A revised Project Homepage to track progress of the cohort collectively, and strengthen each team member's accountability.
  6. A Sandbox Project is added to each new user's Dashboard allowing exploration of the platform. 

We've created two videos to give you a glimpse of our new release for 2022.

Like what you see? Have additional ideas or questions? Schedule a demo with one of our team to learn more.






Huddle Up: Overview



Each newly registered Huddle Up user will be greeted with a personal Dashboard that includes a Huddle Up Sandbox Project.  The Sandbox Project allows each user to become familiar with the platform (in the role of a Participant, not a Project Leader). Two of the key videos from the Sandbox Project are included below but the interactive experience can only be shown once you login and participate. Registration is quick and free.
  New Site Navigation Overview


Sandbox Overview Video



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