Tools Repository

Find technical tools from organizations with a proven track record in the Feedback Labs’ community to help you implement a feedback practice. 

The organizations and tool providers listed on this page are core contributors to the Feedback Labs’ community and have demonstrated expertise in helping organizations not only collect feedback, but engage with constituents along many points of the feedback loop. We hope one of them can help you on your feedback journey!

Not sure where to start? We’ve got resources for that too! If you’re new to a feedback practice and want a diagnostic for where you’re already strong and where your listening can be improved, start by taking our Feedback Quiz. Need some help determining what features you need in a tool? Consider using 60 Decibels’ Remote Survey Toolkit to determine your technology needs and prepare for success. 

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Feedback Labs offers many resources to help you improve your feedback practice, including trainings, Summits, collaborative problem-solving sessions, and evidence to help make the case for feedback. You can also get personalized help from consultants in the network. If you need support to find the help you need, contact us!

Listen4Good

Listen4Good is Fund for Shared Insight's signature initiative helping direct-service organizations build sustainable, high-quality, client-focused feedback loops that lead to meaningful change. Listen4Good supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Design, Collect, Analyze, Dialogue, Course Correct.

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High tech: Smart phone/tablet apps, requires internet
Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
No tech: Pen/paper
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Electronic surveys, Paper surveys, Interviews, Benchmarking, Portfolio-level analysis
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United States
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Multiple Languages, English

Feedback Commons

Feedback Commons is Keystone Accountability’s comprehensive online feedback management system - providing an inexpensive, easy to operate, all-in-one tool for real-time engagement, learning and improvement. Feedback Commons supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Buy-in, Design, Collect, Analyze, Dialogue, Course Correct.

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High tech: Smart phone/tablet apps, requires internet
Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
No tech: Pen/paper
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Electronic surveys, Paper Surveys
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$$
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Global, United States
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English, Multiple Languages

60 Decibels

60 Decibels makes it easy to listen to the people who matter most. Their Lean Data (SM) approach turns customer voice into high-value insights that help businesses maximize their impact. 60 Decibels supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Design, Collect, Analyze, Course Correct.

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Tech Requirements

High tech: Smart phone/tablet apps, requires internet
Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
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Phone Surveys, Electronic surveys, Benchmarking, Impact Database
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$$$
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Global, United States
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Multiple Languages, English

Viamo

Viamo is a global social enterprise that’s improving lives by offering surveying and data collection via simple mobile technology and facilitating behaviour change through real time feedback and dialogue from users. Viamo supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Buy-in, Design, Collect, Course Correct.

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Tech Requirements

High tech: Smart phone/tablet apps, requires internet
Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
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Electronic surveys
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Global
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Multiple Languages, English

Insights.US

Insights.US is a civic engagement tool to engage your community and build trust. Ask open-ended questions and collate central themes into a list of qualitative insights that promote informed decision making. Insights.US supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Buy-in, Design, Collect, Analyze, Dialogue, Course Correct.

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Tech Requirements

High tech: Smart phone/tablet apps, requires internet
Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
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Electronic surveys
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$$$
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Global, United States
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Multiple Languages, English

Poverty Stoplight

Poverty Stoplight is a self-evaluation survey focused on empowering the potential of families to lift themselves out of poverty. It uses mobile technology and social innovation to help families design their own strategy. Poverty Stoplight supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Buy-in, Design, Collect, Analyze, Dialogue.

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High tech: Smart phone/tablet apps, requires internet
Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
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Electronic surveys, Data Mapping, Roadmap
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Global, United States
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Multiple Languages, English

Kuja Kuja

Kuja Kuja offers real-time feedback and accountability processes for humanitarian decision makers. This approach will help organizations understand their customer’s reactions, document their opinions, and compare across regions. Kuja Kuja supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Buy-in, Design, Collect, Analyze, Dialogue, Course Correct.

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Tech Requirements

High tech: Smart phone/tablet apps, requires internet
Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
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Focus Groups or Interviews (by phone or in person), Electronic surveys, Data Mapping
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Global, United States
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Multiple Languages

Memria

Memria is an organization that harnesses the power of the voice by capturing feedback and experiences through audio and text at a scale otherwise impossible to manage manually. Memria supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Buy-in, Design, Collect, Analyze, Dialogue, Course Correct.

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Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
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Electronic surveys
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Global, United States
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Multiple Languages, English

Journimap

Journimap offers a new approach to determining where and when to act by journey mapping your clients or constituents’ experience. This empathy based approach provides qualitative maps for organizations to gain a more insightful understanding of their clients. Journimap supports the following stages of the feedback loop: Buy-in, Design, Collect, Analyze, Course Correct.

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Low tech: SMS, phone calls, radio, IVR
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Electronic surveys, Data Mapping
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Global, United States
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English

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