Here are the 5 simple steps to follow to optimize your use of Wooclap during your event.
Step 1: Prepare your event
Log in to your account on the Wooclap website
a. Create your interactions : polls, MCQs etc. Ensure that they are in the correct order for your presentation.
b. Upload your PowerPoint’s, PDFs and Google Slides
c. Set up the wall of messages
- Activate the wall if you want your audience to be able to ask questions during your conference. The wall can also be activated before and remain active following your event.
- Activate the moderator if you want to approve messages before they are made visible to the public.
- Activate “users can like messages” to give your audience the opportunity to see messages and questions from other participants on their own device. They can then like these messages in order for you to know which questions or comments have the most success.
d. Create your tests and satisfaction survey
Satisfaction surveys and tests can be activated before and after the event. Participants can then answer the questions in their own time. The results are presented both as a table and in a report.
Note: Remember to put your test or satisfaction survey online, by clicking “on”, so that participants can respond.
Step 2: Ensure you have all the necessary equipment
For each event, prepare the following:
A computer, a projector, and Wi-Fi. If you are using the moderator, have a second computer or a tablet.
Step 3: Invite your audience to connect
When you begin your event, it is essential to clearly explain how to connect to Wooclap to your audience in order to ensure a high participation rate
Click on “start” for “How to participate” so that the instructions appear on screen, and explain them orally at the same time.
“Using Internet, one simply needs to connect to app.wooclap.com/public and the questions will appear on your device (computer or smartphone).”
“By text, send a message with the code to connect to the event. You are then connected for the entire event, and will only need to send your answer (1, 2 or 3) to answer the polls.”
Participants’ smartphone screen
You can see the results in real time on your screen, and project it.
Step 4: Manage your presentations, polls, and participants’ questions in one click
When presenting alone:
Once the PowerPoint presentation is started, you can very easily start your polls by clicking on “switch to question” on the top right hand corner of the screen. (A)
When participants ask questions during your presentation, a discreet notification will appear on the top of your screen. To display the questions, click on “switch to wall”. (B)
Presenter with a moderator:
The moderator allows you to control the entire interface throughout a presentation. The moderator requires a second person, as well as a second computer (or tablet). The moderator’s screen is not projected. This allows them to manage the interface without their screen being visible to participants. The moderator can approve messages from participants; start PowerPoint’s and polls etc.
Step 5: Analyze the results thanks to the event report
In the “event settings” you can export the results for all of your interactions. The results are presented as a table or as a report detailing the results question by question.
Here is an example of the report in table form. Each participant’s answers as well as their respective scores are visible.
Here is an example of the report showing the results question by question.
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