The platform currently have the following official components:

  • Accountability: allows to keep track of the results execution of a space. It allows administrators to also relate them to the proposals and meetings that originated them.

  • Blog: allows administrators to publish posts with news regarding a space.

  • Budgets: allows participants to vote in projects with amounts predefined. Used for participatory budgeting processes. Allows to define different kind of rules, for instance a minimum percentage of the total budget or a minimum amount of projects.

  • Debates: allows participants to have debates. Debates can be time limited or not.

  • Elections: to have end-to-end auditable elections in a space. Uses the same external system as Votings space.

  • Meetings: gatherings in person or online through videoconferences platforms.

  • Page: static pages with multi-language support.

  • Proposals: contributions posted by participants which can be given support.

  • Sortitions: this allows different kind of proposals to be selected randomly. For instance the proposals could be candidates who form part of a group (such as a committee).

  • Survey: for conducting surveys with different kinds of questions.

In the cases where your needs are not covered by one of the above components, you can create your own component through a Module.

To configure components, click on Components from the space submenu. A list will appear showing the components that have already been configured for the space.

Components of space

To configure a new component, click on Add component from the upper right part of the screen and select the type of component you wish to configure from the drop-down menu.

Add a component in a space


Icon Name Definition

Manage icon


To manage all the resources inside of a component. For instance, all the Proposals of a Proposal component, the Meetings in a Meeting component, etc.

Publish icon


To publish a component. This means that the component will be visible to the public.

Unpublish icon


To unpublish a component. This means that the component will be invisible to the public.

Configure icon


To configure a component with the specific rules. Depends in the component type. For instance, in the case of Meetings: are comments enabled, participants can create meetings, etc.

Permissions icon


To configure which Authorization will be necessary to make certain actions in this component. For instance, in the case of Proposals, which Verification will be necessary to create a new proposal or to give supports.

Share icon


To share privately before publishing this component. Useful for reviewing with other people inside of your organization.

Delete icon


To delete this component. If there are contents most of the components will not let you delete them so it doesn’t break relations with other resources. In those cases it’s recommended to just unpublish the component.