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Embed MeetingPulse into Your Website

Use iFrame to Embed MeetingPulse in your web pages to get instant feedback from your audience.

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Written by Emily Zaehring
Updated over a week ago

Embedding MeetingPulse is simple.

The basics

Just about any MeetingPulse screen can be embedded using an iFrame. You'll generally want to get feedback from your audience, so you want to share the attendee view.

To embed, add the following code to your page, where you want MeetingPulse to show.

<iframe src="" width="400" height="600" style="border:none;"></iframe>

Where MEETING_NAME is the name of your MeetingPulse meeting.

MeetingPulse attendee view is designed to work well on phones, so it's generally better to have the box taller than wide.

Note: for a smoother experience, make sure that your meeting URL starts with instead of Example:


If you have a sign-up page for your event, it can be good to give your attendees a chance to ask questions. Embed MeetingPulse's Q&A so people can ask questions and upvote the topics that interest them without ever leaving your site.


We also have a Pulse widget that you can embed. It's a short, wide bar that allows your audience to give you instant feedback.

You can have up to 9 different Pulse reactions. Write in your own labels, pick from a range of emojis and colors.

Embedding is as easy as a quick iframe:

<iframe src="" width="600" height="600" style="border:none;" allow=“encrypted-media”>

Where MEETING_NAME is the name of your MeetingPulse meeting.


On the page hosting your video, you can add an iFrame to the side. People can vote on polls while watching your stream. If you're just interested in Pulse, then the smaller widget can leave you with more screen space.

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