Manage Audience Polling

Create an Audience Polling question

All Audience Polling questions you wish to ask during your event can be pre-loaded prior to the event, or created on-the-fly during a session. 

While there is no limit on the length of a question, we would recommend questions no longer than 250 characters - keep in mind how your question will display on the venue display screen and the attendee’s device.

To create a new question:

  1. Navigate to Interactive Sessions > Questions from the Navigation Menu
  2. Click +
  3. Select the type of question you wish to ask from the list
  4. Input Question and Answers (if required)
  5. Click Save

To reorder questions:

  1. Navigate to Interactive Sessions > Questions from the Navigation Menu
  2. Click the icon with two arrows
  3. Click and drag questions into order
  4. Click Save


Compare Audience Polling question responses

The same Audience Polling question can be asked multiple times, and responses compared. This display option might be useful for comparing how an audience’s perception of a question or issue might have changed before, during and after a session.

Please note: to compare Audience Polling responses, the same question must be asked more than once, and only the responses from the same question can be compared. E.g. Question 2 might be asked at the start of the session and again at the end of the session. Question 2 can only be compared with another instance of Question 2 being asked.

To compare Audience Polling question responses

  1. Navigate to the Interactive Sessions > Launch Session
  2. Select Facilitator Dashboard > Launch
  3. Select the Audience Polling tile
  4. Click Select from All Question from the action tiles
  5. Select a question previously asked (questions with green ticks next to them indicate the question has already been asked)
  6. Click Start Voting
  7. Navigate to the Audience Display options and click Compare
  8. Select a previous question instance to compare to
  9. When finished, click Close and Remove Question