Create a word cloud with the audience

Poll Everywhere visualizes popular opinion with a word cloud generator powered by live feedback

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Reimagine word clouds as shared experiences

When you create a word cloud using Poll Everywhere, each word comes from the audience. You ask the question, the audience responds on their phones, and together you see opinions become artwork. Words move and grow with each new response.

This is an excellent way to reflect on complex topics or discover shared feelings within the crowd. Invite the audience into your presentation and discover what you can create together.

"We had a big group, 500 people, and the word cloud let us to reflect back to them, in real time, the collective power of the commitments they were making."

Gaby M.

Women's Leadership Summit

Create your first live word cloud

Each word in the cloud is supplied live by the audience

Creating a poll

Create a word cloud poll

Create an empty word cloud poll and embed it into your presentation. The audience will supply the words live.

Viewing results of a report

Watch the results appear live

Present the poll during your presentation. The audience submits words online or via SMS texting on their phones.

Inviting an audience

Visualize audience feedback

See the audience's eyes light up as their words appear on screen. Popular words grow larger, while others shrink.

Engaging audiences across the globe

Over 300,000 educators and 60% of the Fortune 500 trust Poll Everywhere for live audience interaction

Colorful word clouds that ignite conversations



Ask students to summarize what they learned during the week. Use the results to identify gaps in understanding.



Visualize customer feedback and easily identify common themes. Duplicate words grow larger within the cloud.



Warm up the crowd, and introduce live polling, with an easy icebreaker. Save and share the results as a fun memento.

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