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  1. QR codes to vote for specific response

    Responses in specific polls tied to QR codes!

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  2. Reset the participant count after a session is completed

    We have several customers who use this and are always unsure of the number of participants to go with so for instance they may choose 700 dispute having 1000 – 1500 people in the audience because they know not everyone will participate but should close to 700 people start participating they may choose to upgrade.

    If in a morning session 500 people participate and do not leave them if an additional 300 people join in the afternoon session the number of participants would be 800 although you could have anywhere from 300 – 800 people responding.

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    The participant count (the little red counter at the top of the My Polls page next to the Participant tab) only displays the number of current people who are actively in your session.

    However, our count for the total number of responses allowed per poll question is currently the raw number of responses received for each question. For example, if you allowed each person to respond as many times as they like (we default to only 1 response per device) – they could respond 100s of times and max out your response total (that’s why our default is 1). So, you can use the total results counter as a good estimate for whether you may need to increase your plan level.

    If anyone is curious of the number of individual/distinct participants the Executive Summary Report will display the number of distinct participants who responded to each poll question. You can…

  3. Response/non-response recorded in anonymous

    Record response/non-response for Anonymous answers. There's one bit of information about each participant in anonymous responses that's needed: Did they answer or not? This way participants can get credit for participating.

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    We went back and for on this for a long while. And, the answer is NO. Sorry

    When we say “Anonymous” we mean anonymous. If you have 100 folks and 99 respond, we are not going to have anyone identify the one person who didn’t. There’s just too many dangers and ways it could be abused and we owe our company’s success on both the Presenter and the Participant. Both must be protected. It’s the American Way.

    For any poll where you want to give credit to people responding, we recommend using Registered Participants Only and to not use Anonymous mode. I hope everyone understands where we’re coming from.

  4. Keep the Timer graphic visible always

    When using "Hide Results" view.

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  5. Embed Into A Prezi Presentation

    How do I embed INTO a prezi presentation? Life a wordle and other web 2.0 apps? I would like to embed other programs with data like google spreadsheets, graphs et al. into my presentations. I love youtube but there is much more embeding opportunties our there to make prezi a must us tool!

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  6. Alpha Input vs. Numeric Input for CODES

    If it were possible to have the system auto generate alpha strings (rather than numeric ones), students wouldn't have to switch their phones into numeric mode, e.g. 123, which could save them as many as 2 clicks per transaction, and would speed up the process.

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