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#702 Creating quick polls in WhatsApp

Until very recently I didn’t know this was a thing I was sitting a little bored in a [n online]meeting and I stumbled across this little gem which amused a couple of other people I was chatting with as a sub-conversation. So I’d thought I’d share it with our fabulous 1minutecpd audience – and even… Continue reading #702 Creating quick polls in WhatsApp

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#688 Vevox Quizzes: Generating a results report

In this latest series of Vevox, we’ll show you how to generate a results report so you can gain some insights into the quiz.

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#682 Creating your first question in Vevox

In an earlier post we looked at Vevox as an overview. In this post we’ll briefly take you through the process of creating a question. The next post will take you through the answering and results process.

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#681 Want to build anticipation? Add in a drumroll slide!

We are big fans of Menti here at 1minutecpd HQ and the lovely people there have recently released a whole host of new slide types. The first one I want to share with you is the Drum rolll, this fun slide allows you to quickly and easily add a little bit of anticipation to your… Continue reading #681 Want to build anticipation? Add in a drumroll slide!

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#678 Overview of Vevox

Vevox is a great Polling and Q&A tool that integrates into PowerPoint. Although it’s a paid subscription it’s certainly worth it for the ease of integrating some great question polling and audience participation features in to a PowerPoint. Participants just need to access a website (or download the app) to take part. This first of… Continue reading #678 Overview of Vevox

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#657 Untether yourself from your desk during your Menti presentations!

If you are using Mentimeter to deliver your presentation and interactive polls and quizzes, then you can use their Mentimote presentation tool via your smartphone as a remote control. This neat feature means you can quickly change the display of results, open and close polling, set up cross tab analysis on the fly (Menti calls… Continue reading #657 Untether yourself from your desk during your Menti presentations!

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#638 Jamboard: A digital whiteboard

Jamboard is a free digital whiteboard app by Google. It’s great for collaboration – it autosaves your work and is easy to share with others to get their input. You can also export your Jamboard to PDF. Watch this 1 minute demo…

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#633 Get organised with Well Sorted [3/3]: View the results

This is the third in the Well Sorted series. In this video, we will look at step 4, which is viewing the results… You can also view this Well Sorted playlist on YouTube for more detail on each step. Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash