Create a Wall (web-page) of “sticky notes”

Collect ideas, suggestions and information with Wallwisher.

Create your own noticeboard of ‘Wall” in just a few clicks. The sticky notes are basic in nature but very simple to use, just type some text (you can also link to image, videos and other websites.

Use to collect ideas before meetings (brainstorming), to solicit ideas from friends and co-workers, offer a fun and creative way to express ideas, etc.  Your Wall also produces an RSS feed which helps keep track of topics that get added to your Wall.

Wallwisher Summary Features:

  • Upload images
  • Choose colors
  • Create titles and subtitles
  • Password protected
  • Decide the level or users to access and see your wall

Summary Review and Grade

  • Registration Required – to Create but not for others to read or post
  • No Downloads
  • No Installation Required
  • No Technical Experience Necessary
  • Works on All Web-browsers
  • Works Cross-platform – on all computer platforms  – (Linux, Macs, Windows)
  • Able to Embed Wall on Website or Blog
  • Site pages pages tend to run a little slow
  • System seems to ‘crash’ often and you may be prompted about such a crash by their default message, “Oh no, there is a glitch in the Matrix, the agents are on their way to fix it…”

We had to deduct from the grade because of the number and frequency of pages not opening but this can be a fun application to use to collect some ideas with friends and colleges with some of your ‘lighter tasks and activities’.

To give it a try, check out the Wallwisher home page

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About Benjamin A. Wilcox
Exploring and reviewing innovative initiatives that lead to quality outcomes and sustainable results. Expertise in integrating operational business strategy and improving processes with an emphasis on performance and quality outcomes; delivering enhanced customer service through the use and exploration of emerging technologies.

2 Responses to Create a Wall (web-page) of “sticky notes”

  1. tabletki odchudzajace says:

    Great info buddy thanks for useful post. I am waiting for more

    • pqinetwork says:

      @ tabletki – Thanks for the comment… plan on providing more and hope you find the information useful and visit again.

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