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Ability to customize the "username's presentation" header from the top of the respondent UI.
Right now, the header says "custom poll URL" + " 's presentation" and there is no way to customize this without editing the URL. It would be great to hide/edit it for polls separate from these fields. A lot of the time the custom URL chosen does not flow well (e.g. "Attendance's presentation") OR the user creating the poll isn't the actual presenter and doesn't want their name to display here.1 vote
Single Sign On
Single Sign On for profiles already on your website3 votes
We do offer SAML Single Sign On for our enterprise level clients, however it is not available for our retail plans. Anyone who contacts us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visits polleverywhere.com/enterprise can see some more details for it.
Otherwise, I suspect you would like something like a Google or Facebook SSO option. If that is the case it is something we have considered, but we don’t have any short-term plans to implement. It adds a significant risk towards people creating duplicate accounts as we need to add handling for people to connect their Gmail (or something similar) to their Poll Everywhere account. And, it can cause trouble and require a lot of merging if someone isn’t sure if they used their personal or work email and such.
We’ll definitely consider it though. Thanks for the idea!
Use multiple images in a clickable image poll
Allow to upload multiple images for a clickable image poll. Like post logos of football teams for a vote.6 votes
Logos for Reports
The ability to add logos to reports and/or to download reports into MS Word.1 vote
Where on the report would you like to show the Logo?
Otherwise, we don’t have any immediate plans to allow branding/editing of the reports. If you do have a PDF editor though, I do recommend printing the reports to PDF and then going on from there.
Thanks for the idea!
allow the templates to be customizable within the presentation software tools like PowerPoint.4 votes
Thanks for the feedback!
zoom features1 vote
What part of our application would you be interested in zooming in and out of? We’re happy to look into what options are available for us
Integrate with webinar services
Easy integration with webinar services. Maybe code or the like.9 votes
What sort of integration are you thinking of? I know some webinar services have some basic multiple choice polling where you can ask the attendees a quick multiple choice question within the webinar app. Are you thinking of something similar with Poll Everywhere?
Or, something entirely different! Let us know
Please integrate with Zapier.com so we can push data to wherever we need it to go!6 votes
What type of information were you thinking of using with a Zapier integration?
Or, could you just describe an example of how you’d like to use Poll Everywhere with Zapier?
Turn off voting while generating ideas in Q&A polls
When using a Q and A poll for idea generation/brainstorming, it's really hard to stop people voting while still in the brainstorming/idea generation phase. It would be great to be able to disable the voting feature until the ideas are all generated then turn it on for voting. It would also be good to be able to allocate a certain number of votes per respondent to limit how many ideas they can vote for. If this was a set percentage of the total ideas that the presenter can choose, that would be a really cool feature.5 votes
Very interesting idea! If I may ask:
- Would you still allow people to submit new ideas after allowing the voting? Or, would it be an up/down voting phase only
- And, would you want to just have a button the presenter can click on the chart to begin to allow voting or a different method?
It’s a very interesting idea though! I’ll run it by the team
I need a SMS number from India
My audience will not be willing to send their feedback to a +61 country code number and incur international text charges!8 votes
Report formatting needs significant improvement.13 votes
Absolutely, is there anything specific with our reports that are causing you difficulties or frustration?
Is it more how we are displaying the results with our current 5 report types? Or, that you would like more flexibility in how we format and display the reports? Or, something else entirely!
We have made some recent changes with how our reports display open ended responses and we are in the process of updating how they display clickable image responses to be more readable and more comprehensive.
We’re definitely up to reviewing how reporting capabilities for improvement
Ability to customise columns (and column formats) for exporting report data. For instance, I don't need identifier data as most of my respondents are anonymous, but I would like to have seconds-level resolution on when responses happened.9 votes
Add function to limit characters (e.g. 50 characters, or 10 words)3 votes
It would be amazing to be able to analyze (group or trend) the unstructured responses as well.
Grouping or trending of unstructured responses.5 votes
Are you referring to our Open Ended Poll Questions? If so, the only way we currently have a way to organize them is with our Word Cloud feature which will show which words had the highest frequency.
What kind of grouping or analysis are you thinking of?
Have more options for graphic choices including 3D graphs3 votes
This may soon be possible for us. We are beginning to work on updating our charts to a new technology base which will add a lot more flexibility and animations for us.
Are you thinking of something like Microsoft Excel’s 3D graphs or something a bit different?
Positive feedback :)
I work as a technical writer for a small tech company. I teach a class about writing tips about once a month to all of my fellow employees. Today I used PollEverywhere to check for understanding since I was teaching a tricky concept. Seeing everyone's answers on the screen was not only great for our discussion (and reteaching), but it seemed that everyone had a LOT of fun using the tool. When I was done, everyone clapped because they had enjoyed it so much---the kind of applause that is really sincere. After the meeting, everybody raved about PollEverywhere and asked me to demonstrate how to use it. Many of them were buzzing about possible business and personal uses. It won me a ton of political points with my coworkers. So, my hat goes off to you for making a great product, PollEverywhere. You deserve the applause. :)
I work as a technical writer for a small tech company. I teach a class about writing tips about once a month to all of my fellow employees. Today I used PollEverywhere to check for understanding since I was teaching a tricky concept. Seeing everyone's answers on the screen was not only great for our discussion (and reteaching), but it seemed that everyone had a LOT of fun using the tool. When I was done, everyone clapped because they had enjoyed it so much---the kind of applause that is really sincere. After the meeting, everybody raved about PollEverywhere and asked…7 votes
Ha! Well thank you so much Alyssa. I’m so happy we worked well for you and more importantly your class went well. That’s great. Let us know if there’s anything we can do to improve
Have a wonderful day!
I’m sorry you had trouble finding our contact info! We certainly don’t mean to hide it. I usually recommend folks click on the grey ? on the bottom right of every page. That will send an email straight to our support team and we’re happy to help
FOr open ended responses, it would be cool to be able to move Cluster answers around to manually group similar responses. This can help facilitate a puzzle piece type exercise7 votes
Wordpress Plugin with Shortcodes
Build a Wordpress plugin as well as a Woocommerce plugin4 votes
Adding fun and spice to responses
A way to add fun to the responses. So, if someone votes with an answer like "Seahawks rule" to a question like, "What do you need to learn today?" I'd like to be able to make it flutter away, to slap an X on it, or drop down a WTF? label. Hope this helps! Oh, and for the intriguing responses - I'd love to give them jewels or stars or you get the point.16 votesunder review · Steve from Poll Everywhere responded
Interesting idea! Rewarding participants and adding a ‘gamification’ element to open ended polls certainly has merit.