online-constellation-board infos, news and tips

Stability and browser compatibility improved

Not only the operating systems but especially the internet browsers are developing rapidly. We have taken these developments into account and nestled our online system board perfectly into these new […]

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Board name now as tab name in browser

As a team developer or seminar leader, one has sometimes opened 8 or even 10 online system boards at the same time and all browser tabs (also called tabs) always […]

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Create figure at specific position

A figure should not always be created at the edge of the board and only then consciously ‘brought in’ – as is usual in classical constellation processes. In many coaching […]

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Figure directly modifiable

Not only the size – also the color and shape of the figures can now be changed at any time without disturbing the flow of the consulting process by deleting […]

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Right-click shows figure name

The fact that you can fade in and out the name tags in the online-constellation-board is almost “old hat”. The figure designation also often interferes with the systemic connections of […]

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Metaposition of a figure

The online system board now has one more “standard view”. Besides the “standard view” (in which the board is shown from “diagonally in front”) and the extremely helpful “helicopter view” […]

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Display of all participants

Are you all there? Those who are not here, please raise your hand…. It is very uncomfortable for the coach if he/she does not know who is already all in […]

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The new observer mode

As the first of the functions of the new process control menu, you can now put participants – individually or all together – into an “observer mode”. In observer mode, […]

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Take screenshot with one click

A feature that is particularly often requested is the ability to document the current state of work with a single click by taking a screenshot. And again the motto of […]

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Empty board

Very often, especially in team development, you want to give the participants the opportunity to explore the board and its functions ‘playfully’. But then you also have a lot of […]

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