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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. Visit our Pricing page to see the overview of all our plans. If you organize bigger meetings or events, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org 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.For more information about our plans and features included, visit our pricing page. Invite participants to your eventAll 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
Slido allows you to add users to your annual plan for an additional fee so they can create their own events and benefit from all the features your license comes with. Available in our Engage plan (Annual) and higher. In this article:Add users to the license Understanding roles: What’s the difference between an admin and a user? Update roles and change member access Add users to the license Depending on your preferred option, our annual plans come with 1 - 3 admin seats. You (the account owner) can log in and start creating Slido events right away. If you want to add colleagues to your license, you can purchase additional admin seats, and invite them as users or admins depending on their future competencies. Go to Pricing page to check the number of admin seats included in our plans. To invite your colleagues to the license, or purchase additional seats:Log in to your account Select Team Click Invite or purchase You can check, resend, or cancel pending and expired invitations in th
The Multiple rooms feature allows you to use Slido during concurrent sessions at meetings or events. You can manage audience questions and run polls for each room separately. Available in our Professional plan and higher. Your audience will be asked to choose a room to enter when joining the event and they’ll be able to switch around over the course of the event. To help you administer the event with multiple tracks, invite your co-workers via the Share Access feature. In this article:Create rooms Activate and deactivate rooms Manage rooms Get the permanent link for a specific room Create rooms Whether you're running an event with parallel tracks, or multiple training sessions during the day, setting up multiple rooms will help you divide your content. Overall, you can create up to 200 rooms but we recommend keeping the number much lower to provide a better experience for your participants. To create a new room:Go to Settings Select Multiple rooms Create a new room and change its name
Ideas allow you to collect ideas from your colleagues or clients in meetings or brainstorming sessions. Participants can upvote the ideas submitted by others and the most voted ones get to the top. This allows you to prioritize and capture those that resonate with your audience the most. In this article:Turn on Ideas in Settings Create an Idea topic Collect ideas How to use Ideas at your meetings and events Ideas are currently in Beta, which means this functionality is still under development. Currently, Ideas are not supported in our Webex Meetings integration, PowerPoint integration and Google Slides integration. Turn on Ideas in Settings Our Ideas feature is not turned on by default and has to be enabled in Settings:Open Settings and select Features Enable Ideas Choose whether you also wish to enable Downvotes, Replies and Anonymous ideas Create an Idea topic Afterwards, click on Create a topic. Collect ideas Once you have your Idea topic ready, you can activate it and start
Use the open text poll to have attendees type in words or longer text. This is especially useful if you want to ask an open-ended question. In this article:Create an open text poll Run the poll and see how it works for your participants Moderate poll responses Create an open text poll In your Slido event, go to the Live polls tab, select Open text and add your question. If applicable, you can also allow the following setting:Allow multiple answers - if you want to allow your participants to submit more than just 1 answer to the question Creating an open text poll Once you’re done, hit Launch to activate your poll instantly, or simply Save it for later. In case you need to make changes to your poll, click the three vertical dots next to your poll and select Edit. Run the poll and see how it works for your participants Once you’ve prepared your poll, you can activate it by clicking the green play button (not needed if you hit Launch when creating the poll). You can then open the Partici
Dear Slido Developers,I have created some quizzes with Slido and would like to share them via a link. However, I do not have this possibility, when I click on the three dots for the settings. How can I share my quiz with the students? If I am not mistaken, last week I was able to do so, when I was playing with my first quiz.Many thanks in advance!
I have a presentation tomorrow and creating a slido event that has many quizzes for. the team. Each will need to be treated as a separate quiz with its own leaderboard. I dont want to create multiple slido events (because this will be a pain for the audience). I want to create 1 slido event that will then have multiple quizzes with each one having their own leaderboard and not connected to the other quizzes. Is this possible? Thanks
With another month behind us, it’s time to look at how we’ve improved Slido over April. Check out the changes we’ve made and let us know what you think 😎 Q&A 🙋♀️ Automatically generated topics in the Q&ASlido now automatically generates topics based on questions in the Q&A Participants can filter questions using these topics This is only available for questions in English at the moment Other 🌍 Basque now in Slido Event owners can select Basque as the language of Slido for their participants. Kaixo! 🔒 Participant anonymity in events Users can set participants to be anonymous, named by default, only named or only anonymous in their event settings Check out our tutorial for setting this up 🔐 Participant anonymity for the whole organizationLicense owners and admins can now set participants to be anonymous, named by default, only named or only anonymous in all events in their organization This setting can also be locked so that users can't change the setting in
Sometimes you need help with approving questions and activating polls but don’t want to purchase another user seat. As an owner or admin, you can invite guest collaborators and assign them to help manage specific events for free. In this article:Invite and assign a guest collaborator to an event The difference between guests and users If you are not a license owner or admin and want to invite a guest to your event, please use this tutorial instead. Invite and assign a guest collaborator to an event Guest collaborators are users with limited rights to manage only one event at a time. They can’t access settings or create their own events. They will not be able to see or access events or data of other members under the license. A user in the same Slido organization as the owner can be a guest in multiple events at the same time. To invite a guest and assign them to a specific event:Go to the Team tab Click Invite and enter the guest’s email Under Role, select Guest and clic
I am planning to use Slido for an online training session in PowerPoint. I have two screens. My large monitor with my webcam on the top... and my Surface Pro laptop below. I use presenter mode on the laptop then swap that to my large screen so I can see me notes clearly and have my eyeline near the camera. The regular slide show for what the participants see remains below on the laptop. All good usually but when I click through to the Slido poll slides the slido presentation only appears in about 2/3rd of the slide. Anyone know how to rectify this? I need my presenter notes on the large monitor up top as I can barely see the surface!
Hi is it possible to configure Slido to work in an environment that supports both Webex and Microsoft Teams ? SSO was configured originally for Webex. We have enabled Slido in the Teams App policy and it ‘works’ however every time you access it in Teams it forces you to login again.
Hello all,I just learned about the Slido not being integrated with Microsoft Teams Live Event. Very soon I will have a Live Event session for which I prepared a PowerPoint deck embedded with Slido interactions (polls, rankings, ratings and such). I plan to present this slide deck during the Live Event.Did anyone already tried this option? How well did it work? Any tips for me?Thanks a bunch!Stjepan
If you’re managing an account with multiple users, it can be useful to see how they are using the account. This data can help you check whether your account is being used to full capacity and which users are the most engaged. In the Team tab, you can sort your account members by:name email last time they logged in number of their events number of questions and polls in their events role By clicking on the arrow in the top right corner, you can download a csv file with all of this information. Curious about learning more?
I will be out of the office and a different trainer will conduct my class. I need a way to share my Slido event with him (or duplicate it) so he can access it from his own account while I’m gone. How can I do that? I used Slido via WebEx (corporate account).
Hi,I’m using the slido powerpoint integration tool. I’ve included polls in my presentation. When I present the slideshow, once I come to a slido poll, the screen is blank. If I advance forward to the next slide it continues the presentation. No question or information is displayed and my participants can’t see anything either.Can you help with a solution please?
Hi all, my question refers to "Active Participants". How are they counted? Are they people who have only logged into Slido with the code and are they counted even if they don't do anything like post a question?Are only votes counted as "active participants"? Thanks and KR
Hello,In our company we frequently use Slido during meetings. 99% of the participants don't have a profile picture but there are some who do but they don't know how it they have it because they cannot recollect how they uploaded it.While I was checking my profile, I couldn't see a way to upload a picture. Maybe you could help me understand how is this possible.Thanks in advance
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