With Jellyfish, we expect 75% of attendees to engage with your All-Hands content. What does this mean? It means that people will pay attention because you're talking about content they care about.
Sometimes hard questions need to be asked. Jellyfish has robust and compliant anonymous functionality to allow employees to ask the sensitive-but-important questions.
Meanwhile, Jellyfish moderation allows you to ensure that questions are kept on topic.
Jellyfish works great when you collect questions advance, this way you can prepare robust answers and allow for questions to be grouped based on topic. But also, Jellyfish works great for when audiences have questions during the meeting, to ask for clarifications or to dig even deeper.
Jellyfish was built to be used within Slack, on Desktop or Mobile: Sessions can be created and hosted, Questions can be asked, and even moderated: all within Slack. It's a delightful user experience that feels like Slack built it itself.