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We have a lot of customization options for how the bar chart (and other visualizations) look on the big screen. Is there any kind of visualization option you had in mind?
These include the sizing of the different chart elements, colors, background image, logo, side-by-side image, and a lot more. You can read about them or watch a vide of how they look here: https://www.polleverywhere.com/guides/presenter/getting-started#customizing-your-poll
An error occurred while saving the commentDeborah Stanton commented
The word cloud option currently allows the presenter to choose the main two colors for the responses, but not the others that will appear. I like to place an art image in the background, and sometimes there are responses in the word cloud that are not visible against that background. I would like to have an option to at least select the lightness or darkness of response colors to make sure they are readable against a light or dark image. (It would help to know how Polleverywhere chooses the colors that are not presenter-selected so I have some idea what those will look like. There must be a reason for the palette used; are complements of selected colors included, or two shades warmer or colder, or what?)
We have a pretty extensive amount of customization options for our chart. Including background color, text color, sizing, background images, side by side images along with your chart, and six or so different fonts. We go over a lot of these and how they work in our User Guide here: https://www.polleverywhere.com/guides/presenter/getting-started#customizing-your-poll
Is there anything in particular that you are looking for in customizing the slide?
Interesting idea! Rewarding participants and adding a ‘gamification’ element to open ended polls certainly has merit.
We’ve been toying around with this sort of idea a bit internally as well. Essentially, the idea is to be able to set your own labels and range for the graph > we then create a Clickable Image poll with that as the image.
The main thing here is mostly WHEN we can make this new poll type. There’s always a lot to make. Next up for us are some more image handling and then a Donut/Pie chart poll.
If we get enough requests though, we’re happy to switch the orders around. Thanks for the idea!
This could be very difficult for us to build, but it is certainly an interesting idea. What sort of options did you have in mind for what the students might do?
I’d love to hear a potential use case for what this would do for you