Facilitating an interplay

An end-to-end guide for facilitators and lead with many links
Written by Martin West
Updated 3 years ago

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Janars is a facilitation platform for structuring conversations for change.

  • first section has links to articles relevant to facilitators
  • second section has links to articles about facilitating each part of integrative retrospectives 
Tip: Facilitating a conversation with Xapty is covered on a separate page 

Key links for facilitating an interplay

This article is a list of key articles that together are a guide for the facilitator or lead to run an interplay:

Click here to signup, login, start a trail, engage support, or understand different roles in these structured conversation

Click here to start an interplay, determine which canvas/interplay to select, invite your team and schedule your interplay

Click here to access interplay activity from interplay list, look at progress from kanban.

Click here to see the steps of participation for participants and some basics about editing a card 

Click here to learn around different cards used in interplays - this covers gathering data, data review and comment, facilitation notes, voting, agreement as well the Xapty Card. These are all used in the integrative retrospectives.

The topics covered for an Xapty card are: data flow, questions, activities, gathering events, voting, scoring or ranking events, labels, chat, snapshots. sync, and view results. for more details about the use of these feature see link 

Click here to learn to edit interplays as a facilitator or lead. Edits include card deadline, questions and flow, hide or show names, and for Xapty activities, labels and events. 

Click here for guidance on setting up the table for a facilitation - agree the format and rules with participants and laying the groundwork in Janars 

Click here for guidance to use the Xapty interface for an effective structured conversation. 

Facilitating integrative retrospectives

Click here to explore each part of Integrative retrospectives.

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