Matching rules!

If you decide to change the settings of the pre-defined program, you'll have two options for your program's rules: the “no-rules” option or the “with rules” option.

/!\ Please be aware that the algorithm is taking into account the history of the meetings. Therefore, employees cannot match with the same person

  • Click “Randomly” if you don’t want to apply any rules to your program. Then people will be randomly dispatched, disregarding their categories (job, location, gender, seniority, team…) 

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  • Click “With rules” if you want to set specific matching rules 

matching rules

  • Click “Add a simple matching rule” to promote matching between employees of the same category or a different category 


For example, here I chose to match employees from the same location


  • Click “Add a custom matching rule” to select a specific category matching with another specific category or a specific category not matching with another specific category


For example, here I chose to match the Nuclear Power Engineer with Electrical Engineer


  • You can select different values to match or not match with each other. 

For example, here I chose to match the Nuclear Power Engineer from New York with +5 years seniority with Electrical Engineer from Paris with -1 year seniority.


/!\ Please note that the matching algorithm makes sure that everyone participating in the session is matched with someone else: no one is left alone.

/!\ When we have an odd number of participants with a 2 people match set up, one unique match of 3 people will be generated.

/!\ You can add and remove as many rules as you want. 

/!\ The matching will happen regardless of the criteria set as the algorithm will make it happen by taking into consideration the first matching rules set. In other words, if no one matches the combined criteria, the algorithm will start by giving priority to the 1st rule.