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For example, I use Poll Everywhere to take attendance by answering some basic question and their name. It would be helpful to be able to export the answers to excel or Word rather than scrolling through them in one of the output formats.1 vote
Great news! This is actually already possible. You can download a spreadsheet from the Response History area for the poll question(s) you would like responses for.
Hope that helps!
This is out and available for everyone on our paid plans to use. The basics are that if you go to the Participants page you can export selected participant groups OR all the participants on the account to CSV.
You can see how it works and more details here: https://polleverywhere.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/1091779
It appears that when one chooses to show percentages instead of votes that the total number of votes is not displayed. It would be helpful if the total votes remained on the the screen for both options (or could be selected as an option). When I display percentages I have no way of knowing how much of my audience has participated in the poll.6 votes
You can do both! By default the bar graphs for our Multiple Choice Polls should display the Percentage Results for each answer choice. And, you can display the total results count from the Visual Settings Menu (Paintbrush icon on the top right of the poll display)
You can see how in more detail here: https://www.polleverywhere.com/guide#customizing_your_poll
I would like to be able to make multiple polls live at the same time, so that students can answer for instance 5 questions at once and then we can review them together. Instead of taking on poll at a time.3 votes
In assessments, we often use so called k-prim questions. These are multiple choice questions, where the respondents can tick more than just one answer. Is it possible to construct those in PollEverywhere?2 votes
Thanks for reaching out! I just want to double-check we don’t already have this possibility.
Check this out and see if it’s what you’re looking for:
Have a record of answers per participant for a b c d that can be "graded" later1 vote
Already done! This is available on our cheapest paid plans.
Hello, I just signed up at pollev.com/username. I entered one just for fun to test it. Since I teach multiple courses to different levels, is there a way to keep the link like a homepage, where my freshman, can click the poll labeled with a poll that has the day's date and freshman in parenthesis 7.17.13FRESHMAN or 7.17.13SOPHOMORE6 votes
With our new and improved Surveys feature you can have multiple questions (including clickable image polls) running simultaneously on your pollev.com/USER page
Check out the details here: http://www.polleverywhere.com/blog/create-first-poll-everywhere-survey/?_ga=1.205078608.1129992634.1464555689
Make it free1 vote
Thanks for your feedback!
You actually already signed up for our free subscription. Congratulations – hope you have fun using Poll Everywhere!
Sometimes, I ask students to look at a picture, say a carbon cycle diagram, and say which element of that picture they consider most important. It would be nice to be able to create multiple-choice questions based on a single picture file, and a set of spatial regions that the users vote by clicking on one of them.1 vote
Great news! We have added this feature and is a new option when creating polls named clickable images! Take a look at our blog http://blog.polleverywhere.com/introducing-a-new-poll-type-clickable-image-polls-2/ and you can read more about it! Enjoy!
It's frustrating when I want to apply a template to some polls, but not all, after I've created them. I'd love to be able to select a poll for the template and then be able to select either "ALL" polls or just select some of the polls.1 vote
Thanks for reaching out!
Can you try using our Edit Multiple feature for this? I think it may be what you’re looking for!
TYPO ALERT: Change organization's to "organizations" on this page entitled "Share your account with others in your organization"1 vote
Fixed! Thanks for the report.
For the auto-stop time option, it would be cool to be able to set the amount of time since the poll was pushed.was the stop time. This way, when I am using it in class, I tell my students, "You have five minutes after I push the poll to your screen to answer the question," and the setting would be automatic after I push!1 vote
Starting the timer will start the poll and push it automatically. So, if you type in 5 minutes and start the timer, it will behave as you described!
I have special education students that are required have written material and extra time to work. (Federal law mandates these accommodations.)
This would allow all students to get the same material in a way that means I don't have to do it twice.1 vote
Try using either the “views” menu found to the right when viewing a poll question’s live chart on the website OR the reporting tools to access a text or table view of your question(s).
This should work for what you need and let us know if you have questions!
Hello! Thanks for the suggestion! Can you search our existing ideas for the LMS your organization uses? If it’s not there, can you create a new idea? We use specific LMS ideas to gauge how widespread their usage is.
need to be able to use square roots and exponent notation.1 vote
Done! We currently support latex for your multipel chocie options. More info here: http://blog.polleverywhere.com/its-what-you-wanted-image-support-math-equati/
although easy to PRINTSCREEN and save to PAINT
how about an export to image button? so it can be inserted manually into a presentation that way you can save the reponses quickly. particulalrly if you are going o re-use the poll very soon2 votes
Thanks for your interest in Poll Everywhere!
That’s a great idea! We’ve actually already done this for multiple-choice polls. When looking at your poll in your account, on the right side you’ll see a Views button. Clicking that will reveal a few links, one of which is Screenshot.
Give that a shot!
I am testing your site before sharing it with my students. Each student has an iPad. I want them to use iMessage (the text message app on the iPad) to participate. When I tried to type in the "send to" number, the iPad won't recognize it. I get a "Cannot Send Message This person cannot be reached by iMessage at this time."
How can I use iMessage with this website?1 vote
Sorry about this!
Check out this FAQ item!
Sometimes we don't want everyone to see the results fly up on the screen until students have entered their response. There should be a setting where the poll automatically closes based on a certain variable.. perhaps when it has reached a certain number of responses or time after the first response.1 vote
Sounds like a great use for “auto-stop” scheduling: http://blog.polleverywhere.com/scheduling-polls/
Explain how it has helped teachers with distance education.1 vote