Simplifying Decision Making
Tired of endless discussions with your team trying to choose the best options from a list?
Reach group consensus quickly with our straightforward process, only making “this or that” choices.
How it works?
- Create a new decision by listing all the options, like backlog issues, project features, email subject lines, product names, hiring candidates
- Invite your decision-makers to the voting room
- Next Decision will ask the participants to choose between pairs of options using a custom algorithm.
- You’ll get a sorted result after a few rounds of voting, depending on the list length and number of participants.
It’s that easy.
Click the “Make a decision” button above
- Backlog prioritization: choose JIRA tickets for the next sprint from the backlog (or use our Next Decision for Jira app)
- Quickly run possible email campaign subject lines by your team members to select the best
- Shrink a list of 250 product features to a shortlist of 15 a whole team can agree on
- Avoid “Survey fatigue”, when designing one, by selecting the top 6 questions out of a list of over 40
- Choose the most agreed-on tagline for your business after the brainstorming session
- Decide on the next group activity, taking everyone’s choices into account
Want to learn what are the best ways to make a decision?
Check our guide on How To Make the Best Decisions.
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