How to choose an icebreaker for any event [infographic]

Never underestimate the positive power of good icebreakers. They promote warmth and camaraderie within your audience as everyone shares a laugh – and learns a little more – about their peers. Icebreakers come in many forms, so if you’re unsure which one is right for your next presentation, check out the handy infographic below for inspiration…. 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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6 creative ideas for open response polling

One question we get all the time is, ‘What can I do with open response polling?’ Open response polls let users type out their own responses to questions – think Mad Libs in polling form. This style is ideal for brainstorming (‘How can we reduce turnover?’) or tackling complicated concepts (‘Describe happiness, in a word’)…. 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 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 create your very first survey. And it all starts with knowing the difference… continue reading »