Poll or survey for the online event?
We support both options. A poll allows you to ask one multiple-choice question. Participants can choose from among answers that you predefine. A survey will enable you to ask multiple questions across a broader range; for example, you can ask for a comment, an email address, a name, an address, etc., as well as multiple-choice questions. Surveys can also be designed to have multiple pages with an individual page for each question.
Polls are an effective means of interacting with attendees. With the help of polls, you can make a quick one-question quiz to engage your audience as much as possible. And with surveys, you can do a detailed examination but also collect the necessary information about your potential clients and their preferences, get feedback about your business and brand, or check how well the students cope with the learning materials.
How does it work?
Remember, surveys can help gauge the representativeness of individual views and experiences. When done well, surveys provide complex numbers on attendees' opinions and behaviors that can be used to make crucial decisions to improve your e-learning processes.
You can create your polls, quizzes, surveys, or examinations even during your live event.
You can create, edit and launch unlimited polls and quizzes to engage your audience as much as possible.
Combine polls and surveys with other modes in the room, for example, video, presentation, or screen sharing.
By the way, launch your survey after the live event to check your student's learning progress or a funny quiz to entertain the audience.
Create a set of surveys and polls and repeat them for different groups when needed, for example, to see the differences between groups and study methods.
Analyze the attendees' and students' responses and assess and download the results in PDF for each student to see the e-learning progress.