How to collect anonymous feedback with Poll Everywhere

Collecting anonymous feedback after a class or conference can lead to long delays for limited results. With simple questionnaire, placed at the end of your presentation, you can collect live, anonymous feedback directly from your audience in minutes instead of days. Poll Everywhere lets you create anonymous questions online that can be added to PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Keynote. Your audience responds… continue reading »

25 icebreaker questions for live audience polling

Icebreaker questions set the tone of your presentation. Here at Poll Everywhere, we’ve seen them all – the good, the bad, and the awkward. Take the guesswork out of icebreakers with live polls that captivate audiences. Live mobile phone polling is a great way to engage your entire audience, especially those who are shy in… continue reading »


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 »

Team building and bbq with Poll Everywhere

A team-building contest with Poll Everywhere– and a BBQ!

Every summer the entire Poll Everywhere team comes together for our annual company retreat/team-building. It’s an action-packed week when local and remote employees gather at an offsite location to reflect, focus, plan, and bond. As the Poll Everywhere Office Manager (and general Jill-of-all-things-employee-engagement) this is one of my biggest opportunities of the year to reinforce and celebrate the culture we… 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 »