JigsawBox Tip: Question Time

One of the many brilliant things about JigsawBox is that you can use it to provide communication and interactivity with your clients. One of the best ways of doing this is through questioning and feedback.

With this in mind JigsawBox have the great facility for using questions which are located within the modules you create as part of a Package.

But are you using them effectively enough?

In this week’s JigsawBox Tip we thought we’d remind you of how to use your questions and their best uses.

Adding Questions

This is the easy part and it’s even better because now you can edit and delete questions whereas previously this was not the case! So a lot less stress for you when making your modules live.

How Should You Use Them

Client Experiences

The best way to learn about your clients and their experiences is to use the questions within your modules.  This is the time to ask them questions relevant to both their lives and your content – that way you get a better idea of who they are, what they need, and how you might tailor your program toward their personality and individuality.  It can also create an atmosphere so they can feel relaxed and open.

Feedback and Quality Control

Do you genuinely want to know what your clients think of the program? Interested in how you can improve you’re coaching? Needing feedback on what your clients want next from you and what more you can do for them as a coach? The questions area is perfect for this! Questions are a great way to understand what you could be providing to your clients in the future.  Also it can help you work out what is working and what is not so never be afraid to ask, your clients will soon tell you.


So sounds a bit odd, right? Wrong! One of the best ways to use your modules and questions is to make it a journal. Here is one way to do it:

  • Make a package and entitle it, “Learning Journal”.
  • Make your modules according to day, month, or week.
  • In each module ask “Journal” questions such as:
  • What was your experience this week?
  • What obstacles did you face?
  • What did you succeed at the most?
  • Reflect on what you’ve learned – what lesson did you need the most?

These are some really great ways to use the questioning area within JigsawBox so don’t delay get them set up and ready today.

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