“Do you approve of HR’s latest policy?”
“Tell us how we can better serve you.”
“What do you think of our latest project?”
"Do you have any information on a late model blue sedan seen near 5th and Western?"
“Tell us how we can make our community safer.”
“Do you have an anonymous tip we should pursue?
“What sort of story should we cover next?”
“Did you find an error in our reporting?”
School, daycare, social media, churches, community groups, website feedback, personal feedback, restaurants and other small businesses.And even more…
Incogneato’s secure suggestion box gives you the opportunity to collect as much feedback as you need on your product, your organization or your community. Unlimited feedback means unlimited potential.
The Incogneato mobile interface puts you in touch with people using your suggestion box in real time while maintaining anonymity.
Incogneato’s design features give you simple tools to make the box consistent with your brand.
Incoming suggestions aren’t useful if they’re overwhelming. Managing notifications, boxes and delegating feedback to administrators is straightforward with Incogneato.
Incogneato’s priority is keeping your identity, privacy and data secure. Read our privacy and security pledge HERE, and know that you always own your data - export it any time, and take it with you to any platform.
Use the wisdom of the crowd to help you identify and prioritize features and goals. Selectively add suggestions to a public forum for voting and anonymous discussion. Moderator controls let you lock voting and discussion and delete individual comments. There are even safeguards to help prevent ballot stuffing and additional controls and protections. Learn more.
English, Spanish, and German language support is in place and each box has its own language setting so you can be sure you collect the most feedback across all of your constituents. Not seeing your preferred language? Please let us know.Learn More
Password protection and IP-sensitive functionality with Incogneato let you keep your secure suggestion box as private, or as public, as you choose.
This blog post discusses issues employees keep mum on, from taking mental health days to voicing new ideas.
Distributed work is here to stay whether or not your company embraces it or struggles with it. At Incogneato we have decades of experience working on remote teams and during that time, we’ve collected some tips and tricks to share with you. There are many ways to embrace a remote workforce but we think these five will be the most impactful.
An anonymous employee feedback program can be an important tool for any organization. Even the most vocal employees may withhold feedback out of fear of irritating others or creating internal controversy. Anonymity breaks that barrier and can lead to many positive outcomes, including…
With many governments across the world requiring companies to shut their doors and allow employees to work from home, now is a great time to collect anonymous employee feedback.
An employee suggestion box can have a massive impact on morale and culture. Here are some best practices for getting yours up and running.
We often hear from organizations who like the idea of collecting anonymous employee feedback, but want to see some research before launching a suggestion box of their own. Fortunately, there’s lots out there.
Traditionally, collecting employee feedback was limited to annual performance reviews or irregular feedback requests. Smart organizations gradually realized that employee feedback should function as an ongoing loop, ever evolving to strengthen the organization.
Once a niche role limited to the financial and insurance industries, the field of compliance management has been on the rise as organizations are faced with increased regulation, litigation, and consumer outcry.
In recent years, people have become more aware of the dangers associated with sharing mounds of personal information online. Data breaches are certainly nothing new, but used to affect larger organizations more so than the reputations of individuals.