Managing the risks of an interactive town hall

Employees are disengaged. They’ve checked out. Sometimes they’re actively hostile towards their companies. Gallup calls it a crisis. Thought leaders like Josh Bersin say the issue “is becoming one of the biggest competitive differentiators in business.” Research from McKinsey shows that organizations that are good at motivating employees are 60% more likely to be in the top… continue reading »


10 word cloud activities for the classroom

There’s something magical about building a live word cloud together with a group. If you’ve ever tried it as part of a crowd, you know. You see your own response growing and shrinking on the big screen alongside all the other words from all the other audience members, and it gets to you. It’s the poll type… continue reading »

The Poll EverywhereSuccess primerFor higher education (1)

The PollEv success primer for higher ed instructors

We like it when you look good in front of your peers (and your students). To that end, let’s run through some helpful tips for higher ed polling, before things get too crazy this semester. We’ll go over common pitfalls to avoid, and give you some time-saving tools you can use to stay on top… continue reading »

New Features Summer 2016

New features: Summer 2016

Those new sharable, lovable, live-or-later surveys are pretty cool, but there were lots of other changes this past summer. Here are a few handy ones that might have flown under your radar… LaTeX in the title bar (and basically everywhere) It’s not just for response options anymore. Put LaTeX right where you’ve always wanted it: in the… continue reading »

The Poll Everywhere Surveys Quick-Start Guide

How to create shiny new Poll Everywhere Surveys

Remember the olden days, when your audience could only answer one Poll Everywhere question at a time? No more, friends. Poll Everywhere Surveys were born to give you multi-question options for every presentation, class, and training module. This is the place to learn how to get the survey party started. First off, let’s uncross a… continue reading »