Engage Your Audience with Q&A

“Asking great questions are the beginning of every important initiative. They are also the foundation for building connections between people. QuestionTap provides an easy-to-use Q&A interface to ask questions, offer answers, and rate your favorites across your organization.”

Founder of QuestionTap

Why Choose QuestionTap?

Capture Wisdom

Your organization is full of people with tremendous experience, awesome insights, and useful information. QuestionTap provides a central place to easily capture the wisdom of your community in a central place.

Drive Engagement

It can be easy to become disengaged within an organization. By posing questions and offering answers across your community, people can be brought back into alignment by addressing topics that are interesting to them, issues that they think are important, or areas where they think you can explore more.

Build Connections

People today are multifaceted and multi-disciplined. They are exposed to innumerable points of information in their lives. By engaging with each other through a tool like QuestionTap, hidden information can be brought to light, new insights can be explored, and touch challenges can be addressed in full transparency of a organization-wide platform.

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Our Mission

QuestionTap is dedicated to creating the most engaging platform for capturing and sharing questions and answers on any topic relevant to an organization in a productive, safe, and effective experience.

Why We’re Different

With an easy-to-use and focused interface, QuestionTap provides a full tool set for capturing knowledge and experience across your organization through active engagement of your community. We’re different because we’re focused on creating a unique and compelling experience focused on the interests and topics that matter to your people.

About Us

QuestionTap is a product of Collective Nexus, LLC. It was originally a passion project of the founder who designed and built the first version during his nights and weekends. He believed in the power of learning and engaging people across communities through questions. His background in product management, technology, and organizational design (in particular thinking about knowledge management systems for large organizations) gave him an idea for a new product. He believed it was possible to capture untapped wisdom across an organization with tools of community empowerment, and QuestionTap was born.