Votes

  • Multiple choice questions

    Multiple choices are effective to measure the global comprehension of your audience in the blink of an eye. Participants choose one or several answers and results are presented in histograms.

    Display the correct answer and explain.

    Tips and tricks

    • Integrate mathematical formulas easily.

    • Put images in your multiple choice questions.

    • Display the right answer once everybody answered.

    See case study
  • Polls

    Get your audience's opinion and find trends in seconds. Polls are similar to multiple choice questions except there are no right answers.

    Tips and tricks

    • Configure the countdown to accelerate the response time.

    • Zoom to enlarge all displayed text.

    • Stop the votes before showing results.

    See case study
  • Ratings

    Your participants rate different criteria from 1 to 5. Ratings are the perfect way to collect precise feedback.

    Tips and tricks

    • Change the scale to fit your needs. From 1 to 7, 1 to 10, everything's possible.

    • Add multiple criteria in the same question.

    • Add an image to illustrate your question.

    See case study
  • Guess a number

    Ask your audience the answer your question with a numerical value. Average, maximum and minimum will be displayed on your screen.

    Tips and tricks

    • Choose limit values to avoid outliers.

    • Define a right answer and grade your participants.

    • Add images to illustrate your questions.

    See case study
  • Open Questions

    Let your participants answer with text and present answers as a list.

    Tips and tricks

    • Limit the number of characters

    • Define a right answer and grade your participants.

    • Add an image to illustrate your questions.

    See case study
  • Wordclouds

    Similar to the open question, except the answers are shown in a wordcloud. The more a word is contained in the answers, the larger it is in the wordcloud.

    Tips and tricks

    • Configure the countdown to accelerate the response time.

    • Add an image to illustrate your question.

    • Define a right answer and grade your participants.

    See case study
  • Find it on an image

    Ask your audience to choose a specific area on an image.

    Tips and tricks

    • Indicate the correct area.

    • Display the percentage of right answers.

    • Export results in Excel.

    See case study