I was wondering if the following is possible, but can’t find anything. I want to run a poll during a presentation. However, once I go to a next slide, I want to keep the question open. I always have 1 “normal” slide and 1 polling slide. Is it possible that users can actually go back, once the new question is automatically displayed, but they want to keep adding their answer(s) to the prior question?
@wilm and @bob198,
Keeping a poll running in PowerPoint while you move to another slide is still not possible. Instead, you could log into www.slido.com, open your event and select Present mode. When you want to run a poll, you just need to switch between PowerPoint and the Slido Present mode by swiping with three fingers on your trackpad (on Mac) or using the keyboard shortcut Alt+Tab (on Windows).
We noted down your request. Hope this helps for now!
Same, has this been updated? Thanks!
Trying to run a survey on a shuffle with live results
I would also like to keep the poll open while moving to the next slide. But it does not seem possible. There hasn’t been an update since last year?
Would it be an alternative to use the ideas option? But there I can not find how to integrate it into ppt?
Thanks and all the best
At the moment there is no way to keep the poll active once you move onto the next slide. However, we know this is a popular request so we’re looking into adding this feature.
We’ll let you know if there is any update!