Yes, because Poll Guru is web-based, rather than an app, it is available to anyone who has access to the internet.
Upon entering the poll, the participant will be asked to choose the team from the options you have set up.
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.
On the presenter's view of the poll, choose the 'clear answers' at the top left the bar, just underneath the Pin.
To create your poll in Poll Guru, begin by clicking the 'Create Poll' on the home page on your Poll Guru dashboard. From there, create your title, descriptions, and other settings.
When logged into your account dashboard, choose the poll you want to edit. Look for the different edit option Icons at the bottom of each poll
Polls can be integrated into virtual training or eLearning in a variety of ways in both 'asynchronous' or 'synchronous' modes. See the full answer below for more informations.
To redirect your participants to a specific website, simply enter the HTML link in the redirect box on the 'Create Poll' page, 'Advanced Options'.
Users with the Individual Plan license can have up to 50 people take each poll. Users with the Team Plan license can have up to 300 people take each poll.
You set the time length for data retention when setting up your poll, Data may be kept for the length of your license, or for a limited time as fits your needs.
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.
You would use a synchronous poll when you want to control when participants move to the next question. You would use asynchronous when you want to allow participants to take the poll independently.
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