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Guide to Polls & Surveys
Guide to Polls & Surveys
Emily Zaehring avatar
Written by Emily Zaehring
Updated over a week ago

MeetingPulse Polls & Surveys Feature

  • A quick and simple way to learn about your audience -- choose from 10 different poll types.

  • Shape your event in advance with pre-event polls

  • Choose when to push out each poll. Polls instantly appear on audience devices.

  • Decide whether or not to 'freeze' voting, with dynamic or fixed results when attendees vote.

  • Respond to and stimulate discussion with live poll creation

  • Check the retention of information by quizzing your audience.

To get started, create a new meeting, give it a name, set a custom URL (available only in Small Business and Enterprise subscriptions), and click on the purple button "Create". You can also check the box to "Make meeting Live" which will publish the meeting.

Then you will be shown Q&A, Polls, and Pulse modules ready for you.

Now you are all set to start creating your polls from all the available poll types we offer.

Single answer polls
Participants select one answer from the options you set, providing you the ability to learn about your audience.
Multiple answer polls
If the topic is broad, give attendees the option to choose more than one answer.
Preference order answer polls
Participants 'drag and drop' to rank the options according to their preferences. Use this poll to determine how attendees view and compare different options.

Ranked-choice voting Polls
Candidates win by a majority of votes or through a process of elimination.
Image answer polls
Create a different look and feel to your presentation by making polls more dynamic with image answers.
Yes/No answer polls
Limit your audience to a 'Yes' or 'No' answer and get a more definitive response.
Rating polls
With these polls, each attendee selects one data point as their answer.

Grid (Multi-Rating) polls
Attendees can select a rating for multiple items from the interval you choose.

Numerical polls
With the numeric polls, attendees can enter a number as their response.
Net Promoter Score polls
NPS polls allow you to find out who is likely to recommend your product to other people
Free text Polls
Free text polls let you ask your audience open-ended questions and get more detailed answers. The responses can be downloaded as a CSV and are available in the report. Use a Word Cloud to display the keywords in the responses.

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