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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 »

User groups: Tools for organizing multiple presenters on your account

Tools for organizing multiple presenters on your account

If you’re the owner or administrator on a Poll Everywhere account with 10 or more presenters, then User Groups is a feature that can be incredibly helpful in managing your account. It’s the most valuable tool for organizing multiple presenters. User Groups help presenters by letting you control what polls they see. Then they’re not… 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 »

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 »