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We do now have a way to align the instructions on the Left, Center, or Right of the poll display. But, they do remain immediately beneath the title of the poll question. We’re always working to expand the customization of the poll chart and we will get there someday.
Until then, if you go to Visual Settings (the paintrbush icon at the top of the page) > then select the "How to respond’ menu to expand it > you can select to Left, Center, or Right Align the instructions.
Otherwise, if you are using our PowerPoint integration – you can actually resize where the poll image is displayed and enter the text anywhere you want. Here’s how:
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We want to because this is sooo cool! But, we have to try and remain real business people (at least for now). These GPS location notifications are not yet up to our standards of consistency and there are a number of concerns for our customers who will have multiple presentations/lectures going in neighboring room that we just cannot invest in it yet. We are always looking into it and hope to have this someday soon.
Yes, instructions on the top of the slide seem to be preferred, at least by our event attendees.
BTW - I recently experimented with including a QR code graphic, linking to the web poll as part of the intructions I include via a powerpoint text box. I placed the QR graphic in the top right of the poll slide, with other standard text to number; tweet; pollev.com instructions on the left. I'm not sure if the square graphic will prove to be too small for attendees, especially in the back of the room to have their QR readers identify, but maybe this QR option could also be added to 'how people may respond' in PollEv default instructions layout - ie. if users select 'private link', an option to generate a QR code becomes available? If PollEv created the QR code for the web poll links vs. me needing to go to a FREE QR generator, it would be one less step, but TBD if a separate slide with a large size QR graphic will be needed for attendees.