How many participants can ask questions or vote in polls?

  • 7 September 2020
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Whether you're running a Q&A session, testing the knowledge of your audience with a quiz, or sending out a feedback survey, up to 100 people can participate in an event with our Basic plan. With our paid plans, 200 - 5,000 participants can join. They can submit an unlimited number of questions, ideas, and poll votes.

 

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If you organize bigger meetings or events, send us an email to support@slido.com to request a quote.

 

All Slido features are covered by an event. The maximum limit applies to the overall number of joined participants per event. You can check the statistics anytime in Analytics tab in your Admin.

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All your attendees need to participate in an event is a computer or a mobile device and an Internet connection.

There's no need to download anything, they can join via event code, event link, or a QR code you share with them. Joining instruction is available anytime in Present mode which also displays questions and poll results for your audience. 

 

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For the 100 participant limit - is that how many can be in at the same time?  Or, it is whoever enters at any time (example - if someone logs in posts a Q and exits, that’s #1. Then another user logs in later that’s #2). 

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Hi @jamierefresco


The limit refers to the overall number of participants that join the event no matter if they ask a question or vote in polls. That means if one person joins and then leaves the event, they’re counted as one participant, then another person joins, they’re counted, too etc. 

Hope that makes sense. 

Best, 

Dáša from Slido

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