Customisable PollEv Page
I think it would be really useful if users could customise the look and feel of their pollev page. It's great to be able to customise the poll page for the presenter in order for it to be brand compliant with our company. I think it would make an even bigger impression on audiences if you could customise the pollev page to have the same or similar look and feel to what they are seeing on the presenter's screen. The tool that is used to customise the polls works well and should be applied to the pollev page so that the presenter can customise it and tie things together nicely.
Happy to discuss further.
This is now available! It is available on our Convention Plan and above. You can read about how it works here: https://blog.polleverywhere.com/branded-response-pages/
Dokter Doug commented
May I know the status of customizing the response page, please?
We would like to have them all:
- background color
- text color
- hide the Login button
- custom welcoming message
Cathy Beckner commented
This is really critical. Ideally, we should be able to set the slide to our own template.
At a minimum, more font options, RBG color instead of just Hex. Bold, Italic, Underline.
We really need this function (add the logo, change the background color and custom welcoming message) by 3 Mar 2017 so we can still have one week to test it before our event date. Please advise as soon as possible.
It would be great if we can add the logo, change the background color and custom welcoming message, please. Is it possible to make it as soon as possible? Maybe by next Friday? We sincerely want this function. Thank you.
Dear Sir, we would like to customize the look and feel of the presentation page and also the response page. Also, setting look and feel template for all of my poll. Thank you.
Creative Producer commented
Able to brand the participant view
I would like this feature for usability reasons. Often times you want to be able to validate that people have landed on the correct page. It used to be that we could say, "if you can see the pie you're in the right place." Since that feature was understandably removed, we maybe have a little bit more of a barrier for our users. It's not an absolutely huge problem, it's simply one of those things that you miss when it's gone.