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Sakai seems to have some ability to import an attendance report. It would be nice if Poll Everywhere could export a compatible file.1 vote
Hi, I am an independent event manager and I manage a number of medical events across the country. we use your software as a stand-alone program, which works great for our application. Many of our questions are open source questions from the audience being texted into my computer then displayed for later response. During a speakers talks the audience has the ability to randomly pose questions related to that particular presentation. At the end of each presentation, or during a designated QA session we produce, or display the questions for the faculty to review and answer. It works great. The issue is being able to group them. I would highly recommend looking into adding this feature. I will tell you, being one of the best online ARS software providers, in my opinion, it would be a great addition. I’ve been using your system for many years now, for many of my conferences. I only have one account, but I manage four from other companies. I’ve received this request many times. It's becoming a frequent suggestion to add to my events. Unfortunately it isn't available. Should you need further details please let me know. it wold be a great addition to an already great program.
Hi, I am an independent event manager and I manage a number of medical events across the country. we use your software as a stand-alone program, which works great for our application. Many of our questions are open source questions from the audience being texted into my computer then displayed for later response. During a speakers talks the audience has the ability to randomly pose questions related to that particular presentation. At the end of each presentation, or during a designated QA session we produce, or display the questions for the faculty to review and answer. It works great. The…1 vote
I was recently using your poll in China. We encountered a difficulty for Android users because they are not able to download the android app because they are not able to access Google playstore. As you know Google is blocked in China. We also tried to locate the APK file but it could not be installed. While the web interface can be used, I think we all agree that the app is much more convenient. Is there a solution that you can provide to allow Android based phone users in China to have access to the app?1 vote
Students cannot use ENTER-button, and often submit and have to re-do the questions. They cannot even use line-shift as SHIFT+ENTER.1 vote
Icon is cleaner. Label tends to cover the contents on the power point.4 votes
We have been keeping a close eye for feedback on this change. We have generally seen that most people appear to be reassured with the labels as the icons weren’t always as clear for folks.
That said, I definitely understand the desire to not cover up the chart more. We definitely plan on more tweaks to those labels/buttons in the near future to be a cleaner and more beautiful experience.
Thanks for the feedback! We appreciate it
Could you add a feature to "competitions" so that every class I could run one, and the results would be added to a cumulative ranking?
The idea is this, each class I could run my current events competition and get a weekly winner and ranking of ALL participants. As well, as the weeks go by I could produce a cumulative ranking of ALL competitions for the group.1 vote
put more polls in the recent polls list. 5-7 would be ideal.1 vote
I use a template poll to hide results by default for multiple choice type polls. This seems to translate to hiding click markers on clickable images polls but the target areas are still shown by default. I would like the option to hide these as well so students only see the unadorned image when the poll is launched., without have to edit this setting for each clickable image poll.1 vote
My students often post names of classmates and other professors to make fun of them. I'd like to prevent this problem.1 vote
Poll Everywhere uses "group" to mean "group" of questions AND "group" of collaborators. This gets confusing. It would be ideal if these features used different names. How about "Team" of collaborators? or something like that.1 vote
Thank you for the feedback! Yes. I and Poll Everywhere agree one hundred percent as we regret that naming scheme as well.
We have begun work on a project around Sharing Polls with other presenters and part of this work will involve changes to our User Group feature. This is a large project for us that will be a months yet, but changing the name is part of our current plan.
So, stay tuned! And, we’ll be posting here and looking for beta testers for that in time.
Instead of giving all multiple choice answers at the same time, allow the presenter to show a new answer on click. There are benefits to showing students the answers one at time. This might require to be able to activate the poll in ppt manually, instead of instant activation as soon as the slide/poll comes up.1 vote
I am getting feedback from many students and colleagues that, when I request them to text their poll response, the language on the slide does not read clearly. It provides the content of the text message (the unique poll number to text with the response) before providing the phone number to text to. On many devices, you have to put in a number before you can draft a text. The ordering of these two numbers results in many people sending a text to the poll number and putting the text number in the content of the text message.1 vote
When creating a survey, I would like to display one chart with all the responses to each question, rather than having to click through slides for each question to see the results. For instance, if there was a "check all that apply" option (if there is, I apologize for not finding it) that then can be shown in a frequency chart (10 responses for item 1, 5 responses for item 2).3 votes
Allow teachers to run in-class experiments: By this I mean that I want to direct all my students to one link. The poll or survey should then (randomly) direct one half of students to one version of a question and the other half of students to another version of a question. This way I can show how different question wording / scenarios / ... lead to different responses.
For the poll I want to create, I have selected specific regions and ideally would be able to show those on present mode so that voters can "click" on the region they are voting for instead of randomly clicking on the map. The way it’s set up now, the map is blank and you essentially have to cross your fingers that voters click on an area that corresponds to one of those boxes. Keep in mind - some countries are small! For this use-case, I feel like a pin would be sufficient as shown under “Audience Favorites” (hopefully people can tell where they're clicking by that pin).
For the poll I want to create, I have selected specific regions and ideally would be able to show those on present mode so that voters can "click" on the region they are voting for instead of randomly clicking on the map. The way it’s set up now, the map is blank and you essentially have to cross your fingers that voters click on an area that corresponds to one of those boxes. Keep in mind - some countries are small! For this use-case, I feel like a pin would be sufficient as shown under “Audience Favorites” (hopefully people can…1 vote
Instead of having a drop down with limited options for the "When should correct responses be visible to participants?" setting, have it be a field where you fill in a set number of hours/days.
Even better - if we could set this on a per-poll or per-group basis and enter in a specific date as well.1 vote
We are a big company and have two sectors within the same account. We would like to have two poll templates: one per sector1 vote
Thanks for the idea! We are actively doing some initial research into different ways to expand and improve our template poll feature. It’s great to hear these sorts of requests.
We are looking into this right now, however it is still very early for us to say exactly how we will implement these improvements. We’ll post here as the project moves along.
Thanks for the idea!
I've recently moved all presentations over to using Visme (away from Prezi and Powerpoint). An excellent tool, except I can not embed my polls. Is there a way I can do this with Visme like I did with Power Point rather than having to close out and go to full web screen shot?1 vote
Nested questions based on how an initial question is answered.
For example, question 1 is a yes or no question. If the respondent answers yes, they're brought to a follow-up question (question 2); if their answer is no, they're brought to a different follow-up (question 3).
Once those are responded to, the answers can be merged into one poll for display.6 votes
Would like the ability to adjust fonts, colors, size, underline, etc in the multiple choice options. This would be useful in grammar type questions, when we want people to notice the differences in the multiple choice options.2 votes
There is a workaround that I might suggest, let me know if this could work for you.
Our polls support LaTeX which is typically used by math or science professors to give equations. However, LaTeX also supports way to underline, bold, italicize etc… text in general.
You can see a bit how it works here: https://www.polleverywhere.com/support/articles/power-users/latex
And, I usually recommend this website for examples around LaTeX (there’s a whole section on the formatting you’re describing): https://www.sharelatex.com/learn
Would that work for you?
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