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Measuring wellbeing shouldn't create stress.
Riposte offers a digital tool for you to collect information about how people are feeling, in a fun way that encourages healthy habits and builds resilience through reflection and social connection.
Use Riposte to help your group establish a daily routine of reflection or "checking in".
Help build a network of support for your group members with built-in peer support.
Don't wait until you send a survey to find out how people are feeling. With Riposte you'll receive daily or weekly updates delivered right to your inbox.
Simply set up your group, invite your members, and like magic the reports will start arriving.
Talk to us about what you need to measure. We'll set up your own private research groups that people can opt into, and we'll set up any specific filters such as region, age group, or specific topics you'd like to track such as #homework, #work, #progress etc.
We can provide 1 hour onboarding sessions either online or in person, or we can provide an onboarding guide for you to run yourself.
Building a daily habit of reflection using Riposte can take some getting used to. Introduce the benefits of Riposte to your group by holding a fun two-week competition. We'll set up a leaderboard for you to award spot prizes and winning participants.
As soon as 10 people have joined your group and have begun to share their daily highs and lows, you'll start receiving daily or weekly reports. It's as easy as that!
"Riposte was able to provide us with real time data and insights which enabled us to be agile and responsive to the needs of the rangatahi (young people) we were working with. Our ability to try, measure and refine different approaches was therefore greatly enhanced, resulting in our pilot programme receiving ongoing funding. We’re looking forward to seeing what else we can do with this amazing tool."
“Riposte has been an incredibly useful tool for engagement with our students. We deliver the Licence to Work programme across multiple schools in the region and so it is useful for us to have this information across all of our students. The students were enthusiastic about using the app and seem to be more interested in communicating this way than through our surveys.”