Adding questions to an existing BUZZ game is quick and easy. In short, find the game you want to update and click the Edit icon.
To indicate the correct answer to a question you create for your Buzz game, simply check the box with the correct answer. The outline of the box will turn green when selected.
A time bonus allows you to award extra points for those who answer correctly in the fastest time.
Yes, because BUZZ is web-based, rather than an app, it is available on any device that has access to the internet.
BUZZ can be licensed in two ways: Individual and Teams. Users with the Individual Plans can have up to 50 people take each poll. Users with the Team Plan can have up to 300 people take each poll.
To play a BUZZ game in an eLearning environment, simply create the game as you normally would, click play, and copy the link for 'independent play'.
BUZZ can be played in-person with teams who are together and can use one device to answer. It cannot be set up for teams virtually.
The main difference between Poll Guru and Buzz is the leaderboard/competition aspect of Buzz. Poll Guru gathers and reports information while Buzz uses that information in a competitive format.
BUZZ gives you the ability to set the time the participants will need to actually read the question, such as 5 seconds, before beginning the countdown clock to answer the question.
When first creating your game, you can upload an image in order to use your own branding or give it a fun and unique design.
When you have a team license for Poll Guru or BUZZ, you can share any game or poll you create with your team by turning on the 'public' options when you set up your template.
Awarding points allow the game to be competitive and provides the data for the Leaderboard.
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