What is dot voting?

  • colored sticky dots


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Dot voting is a simple technique for establishing priorities or narrowing down options within a group setting. Group members are given a number of colored sticky dots to cast their vote for or against listed options. This technique is low cost, encourages full participation and is semi-anonymous. It simplifies a typically complex decision-making process into an enjoyable activity. Access the What is dot voting? fact sheet to read what the advantages of dot voting, when to use this technique, best practices, how to set up dot voting and how many dots to use.