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Nice About You Overview


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An overview and instruction on using -- a free way to share anonymous compliments within a circle of friends or co-workers.

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Nice About You Overview

  1. 1. Instructions for Free, easy, no catch. Because it’s nice to be nice.
  2. 2. What is Nice About You? is a tool for teams to share anonymous good-feels about one another. It's free for anyone to use.
  3. 3. Who built it? Faithlife Corporation. Like all teams, ours can always benefit from more communication. We found that many of us found our co-workers smart, talented, and friendly but rarely said so out loud. is our attempt to make that happen. It went over so well, we thought others might like to use it too.
  4. 4. Why? Our CEO, Bob Pritchett, read an article years ago about a teacher who asked her students to anonymously write nice things about one another. The experience was so meaningful to them, that each kept their copy of the assignment for life. We did a similar exercise at Faithlife to great response, but hand-collating responses became too difficult so we built a tool that would do it for us.
  5. 5. How does it work? Start by creating a survey. Let us know who you'd like to participate, and we'll email each person a link where they can gush all of their good-feels. Then you'll have a chance to review responses before they're all sent, anonymously, to all participants. Easy-peasy.
  6. 6. Start by creating a survey.
  7. 7. Start by creating a survey Provide Name/Email of people you would like to participate.
  8. 8. You can even upload all the emails at once.
  9. 9. Now, add a message to the participants.
  10. 10. Also, set how long you want the survey to go for.
  11. 11. An email with a link to the survey will be sent to all participants.
  12. 12. Participants will be able to enter the survey through the link sent to their email. Link to Survey
  13. 13. Then, participants can share their kind thoughts.
  14. 14. The organizer can review anonymous participant responses before they are sent out to all participants.
  15. 15. The organizer can accept positive comments and reject negative ones.
  16. 16. Who will see my comments? You, the person who created the survey, and the people you complimented. Your comments will be anonymous, so you can really put your heart into it. What will you do with the email addresses? is nice! We won't add anyone to any marketing lists. Email addresses you provide are used only to run your circle of kindness.