You must specify at least two answer alternatives for every question. Questions must satisfy the following two criteria:
Doing predictions in a systemized way will in of itself create a lot of value and there is no upper or lower limit on the number of participants in a team for using our software successfully. The bigger the group of people, the harder it usually is to extract their insights in an effective way. And hence using a tool to collect peoples insights in a structured and easy way will be very helpful.
More participants also gives our prediction aggregation algorithms more data to work with and an increased ability to produce a forecast which is better than the pure mean or median group forecast.
Your predictions will not be known to other team members or anyone outside your team. Respondents to a specific question can view the predictions that have been made, but not who made them. Comments on questions will be done in your name and will be visible for the other respondents to that specific question. Team members are able to view their own ranking on specific questions and their ranking within the team in total. You can not view other team members ranking.
A team is a group of people, usually a company or some other kind of organization. To be able to access and ask questions for a specific team you must be added by the team admin. Billing is also connected to specific teams.
All members in a team can ask questions.
Only team members that's added as respondents to a specific question by the question creator can answer and access that particular question. You can only add people who are members of your team as respondents.
Sometimes a question can't be resolved. Meaning that it was not possible to determine what the correct answer was. In these cases the question get's the status "unresolveable" and all respondents will be given a neutral score.
No, if you have submitted a prediction to a question you can not withdraw from that question. However you can update your answer whenever you like until the question closes.
We give a short summary of how we measure and calculate forecasting accuracy here.
We give a short summary of how we aggregate individual predictions to produce a better forecast here.