Unlike Donut, which is used to kickstart a conversation (think a gentle nudge), twine allows you, the host, to design and control an end-to-end event experience. It's not random or seen as an interruption. Each twine is thoughtfully designed, scheduled, guided, and makes it easy for your guests to focus on the conversations.
A Slack notification is sent at pre-scheduled times throughout the day set by the administrator
Guests are invited to an event and a twine link is sent out via email or as a calendar invite for a set date & time, agreed to by guests.
Via Slack or guests set up their own call
Conversations take place right in twine, which includes video and screen sharing
Donut randomly invites two colleagues to meet via Slack
Hosts can determine how many people meet, how long they talk for, and who gets matched for conversations.
One time, 1-on-1 introductions are made via Slack
Up to groups of 5. twine will continue creating matches until the event ends and twine can host up to 10,000+ concurrent participants for conversations.
For up to 24 users
For up to 50 users
Provides data on what reminders were sent and which guests were grouped. There is no way to verify if the match actually happened.
Produces reports showing all matches, how many matches were made, how long they connected for, and their satisfaction score.
You'll get a feel for the product in just a couple of minutes.