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    Steve from Poll Everywhere commented  · 

    Ok. So this would be a separate view (from the live chart) that would display which students have answered. You could access this from a separate display, computer, or smartphone. Does that sound accurate?

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    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?

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    Steve from Poll Everywhere commented  · 

    That's the part I'm curious about. SurveyMonkey doesn't have a live results chart that I know of. (Which makes sense, as they're a much different product.)

    So, I'm wondering what that would look like on the live results chart!

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    Steve from Poll Everywhere commented  · 

    Hi,

    How are you distributing your voting instructions? The easiest way to do this for a web application would be to use our existing embedable widgets or to distribute a link to the live chart that includes voting instructions.

    When viewing one of your polls on the website click the share and publish menu on the right. You'll find some web sharing formats there.

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    Steve from Poll Everywhere commented  · 

    We've discussed variations of this idea in the past. Down the line we'd like to be able to update/edit responses.

    For your 'student ID' purposes you could ask a separate poll for the id, and then run that poll in a report with the others to id your participants responses. (paid plan) More info here: http://www.polleverywhere.com/faq#identify-voters
    This would negate the need to have students respond with id's and answers in the same message.

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