As well as looking at the cards and assessing the agreement score in the Categories tab, head over to the Standardization grid to see your standardized categories in more detail. The grid shows you, at a high level, the number of times a particular card appears in a standardized category.
The more standardized categories you create, the more useful this grid will be.
In the example above, you can clearly see the categories that were popular - the darker the blue, the more participants put that card in that category. This means we can be confident that these categories make sense to people, and they expect to find meaningful topics or content there.
The categories that don't have much blue in them, for example, Careers, City info and Events show us that people may have found these ambiguous or didn't feel like any of the card topics belonged in these categories.
When you first land on the grid, it will be arranged alphabetically according to the card, but can rearrange it by highest to lowest, or lowest to highest for each category.
By doing this, you'll get a quick view of which cards are strong contenders for that specific category.