Create an activity
A Poll Everywhere activity is a single question or prompt you pose to your audience.
Step 1. To create an activity, tap the red Create button at the top left of your My Polls page.
Step 2. Select the activity you would like to create for the audience.
Step 3. Enter your question or prompt.
Multiple choice poll: Now that you have a question, enter the response options you want the audience to select from. You can use images as response options by pasting a direct link, or uploading one from your computer using picture icon. To add a response option click the plus icon. You can delete a response option by clicking the trash icon on the far right.
With a paid plan you can designate the correct response to a multiple choice poll. Check the box to the left of the correct response option(s). A correct response will be highlighted green, when you reveal correctness on the poll chart.
Word cloud, Q&A, or Open-ended questions: Simply enter the question or prompt.
Rank order poll: Just like multiple choice, you can enter text or add images as answer options.
Clickable image: Select one of the provided images, or upload an image you would like the audience to interact with.
If you like, you can define rectangular regions on your image where clicks will be counted. To the right of your image you can name and manage the regions, similar to the way you manage response options for multiple choice polls. This includes the ability to mark correct region(s) with paid plans.
Survey: Give your survey a title, and add a series of activities. Surveys allow you to ask your participants multiple questions at once. Everyone can answer the questions privately at their own pace. Surveys are great for quizzes, pre- and post-training assessments, and questionnaires.
Tip: Surveys and groups can be edited after the creation process, so don't fret if it's not perfect right away.
Step 4. When you're ready, click the create button to build your activity and save it to your account.
That's it! Continue to add as many activities as you like.
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