Idea Hunt is the preferred tool for better brainstorming meetings. All participants use their own devices to submit ideas in real-time. You can do it in the meeting room, auditorium or remote (online). It’s free, and no installation required.
This digital tool makes your brainstorming sessions more fun. Higher engagement leads to better ideas. Everything is stored in the app as well, making it easy to save the results.
Are you a beginner or a seasonal facilitator? It doesn’t matter! You and the team will get timely instructions within the app. Sit back, relax. And enjoy the ride!
Believe it or not: Brainstorming with Idea Hunt doesn’t cost you anything. Because we make money on other types of meetings available in the app.
Sign up → Select Brainstorming → Invite team members.
No downloads or installations required.
Each member of the team can use their own device to post input. Gather retrospective ideas on the go! No download or installation required.
Input and action items are shown on the shared screen, as well as instructions that guide you and team through the retrospective meeting.
Brainstorming is a group creativity technique used to address a specific problem and/or question by gathering a list of ideas contributed by the group’s participants. The Brainstorming meeting template includes advanced functions, giving you the possibility to address multiple problems/questions and clustering similar ideas, and generates a rich and professional looking result.
For best results from your brainstorming we recommend to set aside approximately 90 minutes, depending on the number of participants.
Business developer, Sankt Kors
The biggest benefit is not having to collect all the sticky notes afterwards. The automated documentation is fantastic!
Statistician, Region Kronoberg
It was amazing. With a group of 60 people we managed a full brainstorming in 20 minutes. I did not think that was possible. Extremely user friendly!
Founder, House of Sparks
Idea Hunt is a must have for companies that want to implement ideas faster, using the design sprint principles I learnt at Google Creative Lab.