T+1 is an application that creates an iterative structure to help groups organize their interests and schedules. Users of T+1 receive instructions and send their personal information through mobile devices at discretized time steps, orchestrated by a unique, adaptive scheduling engine. At each time-step t, T+1 takes as inputs several relevant factors of human interactions, such as participants' interests, opinions, locations, and partner matching schedules. It then computes and optimizes the structure and format of a group interactions for the next interval. T+1 facilitates consensus formation, better group dynamics, and more engaging user experiences by using a clearly visible and comprehensible process. We are planning to deploy the platform in both academic and political discussion settings, analyze how user opinions and interests evolve in time to understand its efficacy.