How to Do a SuperQuickQuestion™ Call on Teams

To send a SuperQuickQuestion call on Microsoft Teams, start a chat and click on the SQQ icon, located in the messaging extensions section…

If the SQQ command isn’t available, you’ll need to add it by clicking on the messaging extension icon…

Then search for SQQ…

Next, click the SQQ icon (aka our friend Quincy), review the terms (it’s all good stuff so that you can use and enjoy SQQ), and add it…

Once it’s added, you can use the SQQ command. You’ll see a popup asking you to type the SuperQuickQuestion topic. Type your SQQ and click the Start button…

A formatted card will be sent to you with the SQQ you just typed, then click Send

Your SQQ will appear in the chat, and the other participant will be able to join…

Keep in mind that if it is your first time, you’ll need to sign in to use the app.

A friendly reminder that SQQ is not available for group chats with more than two users. If you try to start a group SQQ, you will receive a message notifying you that the operation is not supported.

If this is your first time using SQQ, you’ll need to allow the app to access the camera and microphone. Once you’ve done that, click the JOIN button to enter the SQQ…

After joining, you’ll see a waiting page (if the other participant is not quite ready yet). Once both participants have joined, the 60-second timer starts…

You’ll notice the purple timer ticking up toward 60, and the bar along the bottom beginning to fill up. Those are there to help guide your conversation…

That same bar will transition from question to answer once your SQQ is roughly halfway over. Time to start getting an answer to your SQQ!

When your minute is ending, you’ll hear a little music (like the Academy Awards!) to let you know your time is almost up, and Quincy (our friendly logo) and his curtain will start to rise up from the bottom of the screen…

Your SuperQuickQuestion has ended once the curtain gets to the top of the screen. Congrats on reclaiming your calendar and increasing the speed of decision-making!

After the SQQ is finished, you’ll see a feedback form. Please send us your thoughts, and thanks so much for doing a SuperQuickQuestion call!

Report an Issue

If you run into any other trouble using SQQ, please click the Help button in the bottom-right corner of the app or website, and we’ll get right on it!