Voting and Rating

Start a new voting session

To start a voting/rating session click on the "Thumbs Up" icon.

Click on "Create a new Voting Session"

Give the voting session a name. Now you can select between two voting modes. Users can vote on all objects on the whiteboard that are not locked. Locked objects are not selectable during a voting session.


In the voting mode you can define how many votes each participant has. Participants can apply one or more votes to an object in Collaboard.


In the star rating mode, the participants can apply a one to five-star rating to every object on the whiteboard.

Couple the voting session with the timer and define how long the voting session will take. 

Select the users & start the session

Select all the users who should participate in the session and click on "Start Session"Now you and all the selected users have the defined amount of time to vote on the objects.


Vote and Rate Objects

All users can add votes and stars to any object on the board while the active voting session. Only the user who started the voting session sees the results of the votes/ratings above every object. 

Participants don't see the results.

End the voting session

All participants can inform the facilitator when they are done with the voting session by clicking on "I finished".

The facilitator can end the voting session by pressing on the "Thumbs up" icon. 


Display voting status

The facilitator can display the voting status by clicking on this icon: 

In the voting status pop-up the facilitator sees how many users finished the voting session.


Display voting results

Every voting session is archived. From the archive, facilitators can share the results with the other members of the project. 

Show session details

Access the session details to get a full overview about all results of the voting session. If you want to share this view with the participants we recommend to make a screenshot and copy it to the whiteboard. 


Share the results

A facilitator can share the winning object by publishing it directly on the whiteboard.