Create emoji quizzes online with Poll Everywhere

The future is now, polling pioneers 🎉 Poll Everywhere has officially gone post-language with full-blown emoji support for all poll types. Emojis can be questions. Emojis can be answers. Emojis are love. Emojis are life. Never again will you spend hours buried in your thesaurus struggling to find a word that encapsulates “unrestrained jubilation.” Simply use the… continue reading »

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Grade large classes quickly with a Poll Everywhere report

Gradebook reports are only available on premium plans; see Plans & Pricing for details. No one enjoys pulling a late-night (or all-night) grading session. If you’ve ever had to wipe a bit drool or a dried coffee ring from a student’s exam, consider using Poll Everywhere’s Gradebook reports to help save time. These reports are… continue reading »

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Creating your first word cloud: a step-by-step guide

Word clouds are a creative way to convey lots of information in a single image. This post will show you how to create your first, fully customizable word cloud using a free Poll Everywhere account. Poll Everywhere is used to add live, interactive questions to PowerPoint, Google Slides, and other presentations. It also has all the tools… continue reading »

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A PowerPoint Game for the Classroom: Gut or Group

Clickable image polls are one of Poll Everywhere’s most flexible question types, and that flexibility makes them perfect for PowerPoint games. Most tend to think of classics like Wheel of Fortune or Jeopardy when it comes to PowerPoint games, but Jackson P. Burley Middle School teacher Katherine Jacoby shared a particularly fun game for the… continue reading »

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New features: Fall 2016

Time-saving improvements, better slide integration, smarter clickable-image polling… The Poll Everywhere engineers have been busy cooking up good things for you. Here are a few you might want to try. Edit polls right there in PowerPoint Now you can make your Poll Slides look as wonderful as all your other slides, without ever leaving PowerPoint (or Google Slides, or Keynote)…. continue reading »

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5 brainstorming strategies for any group

In the 1940s – shortly after Slinky made its retail debut – advertising guru Alex Osborn invented collaborative brainstorming to determine what on Earth you’re supposed to do with that springy, metal coil. His findings were inconclusive1, but his brainstorming strategies revolutionized boardroom and classroom culture, and continue to shape discussions today. No criticizing No… continue reading »