Solvr helps you solve your problems in a thoughtful, structured, linear way. But is is also an interesting group problem solving tool which allows a group of people to collaboratively discuss problems and ideas over the net. The application provides a platform where a person can share thoughts or problems and then invite others to add ideas on how to solve them. Each suggested idea is presented as a separate branch and anyone can easily vote on it or add their own suggestions.
Nobody can access your Solvr without its cryptic URL
How it works
1. You enter a problem.
2. You enter ideas that could solve the problem.
3. Some ideas lead to new (hopefully smaller) problems.
4. When a problem is solved, the tree gets green.
A problem is considered solved, when you found an idea that does not lead to a new problem.
The URL is the key
- The URL is cryptic (no two URLS are alike).
Nobody can access your Solvr without its URL.
- However, you can skype, mail, twitter or even blog the URL to give others access.
Everybody who knows the URL can do everything.
How can students present their results to the teachers? Just print it!!
- Just click print on your browser. The print-out will be in black and white and without unnecessary buttons.
Examples (please don't delete things)
Legal / Terms of Service
Solvr is operated for free on a best-effort basis. They can make no guarantees to service availability and data integrity.
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Solvr is hosted in the US.