Have two views. A presenter view and an audience view. I would like to leave the response chart up for my students to see while they are answering the question, but I also want to see who has answered and who has not. The way it is now I have to have my account open on two screens. One to run the poll and display out and one to show me which of my registered participants has responded. There is an app called eClicker that does this. It will show who has responded real time, but it lacks the response graph that you offer. I've attached a screenshot.
Have two views. A presenter view and an audience view. I would like to leave the response chart up for my students to see while they are answering the question, but I also want to see who has answered and who has not. The way it is now I have to have my account open on two screens. One to run the poll and display out and one to show me which of my registered participants has responded. There is an app called eClicker that does this. It will show who has responded real time, but it lacks the response…19 votes
Interesting idea! so you would show who has responded on the same screen for everyone to see?
I would like to ask my participants "fill-in-the-blanks" questions, for which there is only one right answer, but it seems my only choice is to manually code their responses later as correct or incorrect. What a hassle! Moreover, it's a pity I can't show the poll totals (e.g. 64% said "hablo", 30% said "habla", and 6% said "hable"). Even surveygizmo has a way to report patterns in open-ended responses... I really hope you incorporate this feature soon! Then you truly will be better than the iClicker.18 votes
How do you work with Udemy courses? Are there any problems, especially from them?7 votes
We don’t have a direct integration at this time. What kind of features were you looking for?
I would like the ability to put two different polls on one of my PowerPoint slides.43 votes
HTML code widget that can be added to a website,blog or other platform that shows the PollEV page. That way, if I am using the platform for a web call or other web event, where attendees are looking at my page, I can push polls when the time is right, and participants can see them real time showing up for them to vote, without leaving the page or getting their cellphones. This is particularly useful when you want to poll real time at the end of each segment with minimal distraction/interruption/delay.12 votes
We have some ability to do this now. It’s possible to use an iFrame and embed our pollev.com response page to display the response option AND you can then embed https://viz.polleverywhere.com/:USERNAME as an iFrame to show the responses. We want to create built in copy/paste widgets to embed this combination on your blogs/websites or LMS but there are some problems with Cookies on iPhones that we need to solve before we market this feature.
In the meantime, if you are interested in trying this our – contact our support team at email@example.com for how this works
It would be nice to edit (re-size, crop, etc) and move an inserted picture when formatting the background of a poll.9 votes
That’s a great idea! The live polls are going to have a different underlying technology very soon. Once this change is in effect, we’ll be able to better customize things like this. Keep checking back to look for this!
Allow Pushing of individual Polls from the My Polls screen7 votes
I'd love it if you could find a way for us to embed polls in Edmodo!8 votes
I'd like to be able to access polls through MyBigCampus.com7 votes
Where do you live?
a) London, Ontario
b) Strathroy, Ontario
c) Woodstock, Ontario
d) Other, please specify
Therefore, I would like to set up a multiple choice AND open ended response in the same question.37 votes
This is currently possible by creating two separate polls and then writing your own instructions (on a slide or handout for example).
Combining two on the same visual chart would be interesting. Any ideas/concepts on what that would look like?
This would allow more answers to be visible at one time before they are scrolled out of sight.
Thanks for a great product filling a need.13 votes
This will be possible in the future, but it may be a while. It’s basically Apple’s decision: Apple doesn’t have any way to embed any live ANYTHING in Keynote for iPad. We switched from Flash to HTML5 so we’re closer, but.. we haven’t cracked this problem yet, and it seems Apple wants to make it impossible.
It would be really nice to have a an option to allow participants to see the realtime poll results (on their mobile device) once they have voted.17 votes
if teacher asks for student names and gets some names plus ID numbers, it would be useful to be able to remove the ID.11 votes
I have a facebook site I use with my students (enochspsych), it might be cool to be able to post a poll so that it could be seen on my status page...,maybe this is already possible, I did not try cutting and pasting a powerpoint slide12 votes
Currently possible with links to polls. We would like have an ‘embeddable’ Facebook format for the future