The “comparison mode” allows you to measure the progress of your audience in real time or to compare two different audiences by comparing the results of two identical sessions.

Step 1: Turning on the Comparison mode

Go to My events and hover over the three dots next to the event you'll be using (or have used) for your first session. Select Compare in the drop-down list.

This will duplicate the event and link the copy to the original.

Step 2: Start your second session and display the results of both sessions

When displaying real-time results in the duplicate, you will notice an additional button on the left side of the screen. Click on that button to compare the results of both sessions.

Comparing results can only be done for the following question types: Multiple choice questions, Open questions/Word clouds, Find a number, and Ratings.

  • Multiple choice question

The results of MCQs show the possible answers on the left side of the screen, the total number of answers in each session (e.g.: 300), how many times each answer has been selected by the audience in each session (in %), and the percentage of participants who answered the question correctly.

  • Open question / Word cloud

The results of Open questions show the total number of answers in each session (e.g.: 300) and the percentage of participants who answered the question correctly.

  • Find a number

Similarly, the results of Find a number questions show the total number of answers in each session (e.g.: 300) and the percentage of participants who answered the question correctly.

  • Rating

The results of Ratings show the total number of answers in each session (e.g.: 300) and the average of each audience's rating of each element.
Below the title, you will find which colour corresponds to which session (e.g. session 1 is represented by the blue dots and session 2 by the orange dots). To see what happens when the average of both sessions is identical, have a look at the fourth element in the picture below (i.e. "The venue was easily accessible).

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