In this work we describe Conversation Votes, a visualization to create new backchannels in conversation and augment collocated interaction. We expand the idea of a social mirror, a reflection of interaction, to incorporate direct user feedback in the form of anonymous voting. By capturing user input, the mirror becomes more demonstrative of context as participants add their interpretation into the visualization. The end result produces a visualization to provide a more accurate reflection of interaction and create flags of salient moments in conversation. Keywords Conversation, Cues, Voting, Anonymous ACM Classification Keywords H5.3. Information interfaces and presentation: Group and Organizational Interfaces ? synchronous interaction, computer supported cooperative work.