Find out about Priority Poker here.

To host a “live” session, follow these steps:

In some cases, such as in a prioritization meeting with your team leads or teammates, it makes more sense to play a live session to gain immediate results.

Whenever you want to play a live poker session in airfocus, you can either create a new poker game for your session or use one of your existing poker games.


Step 1: Start the live session.
You can always start a live poker session by clicking the “Start live session” button.

Step 2: Notify other players.
All invited players will get a notification when they're in the game that the game owner has started a live session. They can accept the invitation and join the game.

Step 3: Start playing.
After adding players and items, the game owner can click on one of the items to select them for the rating.

All the other players will now have the chance to rate this item. The selected item and the progress of each person will be displayed in real-time on all devices.

The game owner can “lock” the item as soon as he/she thinks enough people have rated and that all other extra ratings are not necessary at the moment.

Step 4: Review the results.
The results of the poker round can be displayed by clicking on “Lock item & show results”. The results will also be visible on everyone’s device.

Click on the small arrow to see how each player has voted for this criteria.
Your rating results show minimum/maximum ratings, an agreement value (low, medium, high), and a rating distribution chart. By default, airfocus sets a smart suggest rating (average).

The team ratings can be used or taken into consideration.


Step 5: Congratulations!
You have completed your first item. Find all successfully played items in the “Prioritized” container.

Step 6: Keep on playing. Use team wisdom to make better decisions.


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