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Can participants go through questions on their own?

Use Participant Pace to share files and questionnaires that participants can access from home

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The Participant pace tab allows you to create questionnaires which the audience can answer at their pace, at home or anywhere, asynchronously, and to share files they can download. Questionnaires are a great way for you to evaluate your participants' level of knowledge before or after a session, as well as to ask them for feedback.

Please note that participants can answer these questionnaires only through the web. SMS text participation is not available for this format.

Once you create a new questionnaire by clicking on (you guessed it) Create, you can create questions the same way you would in the Votes tab:

  • Select the type of question you would like to ask the audience (e.g. a Multiple choice question).

  • Fill in the required fields (e.g. the question and the possible answers) and click on Save.

You can make a questionnaire or a file available to the participants by using its On/Off toggle. As long as it’s marked as Published, the audience will be able to access the content using your event's code.

Alternatively, you can also share the link of your questionnaire by clicking on the three dots next to Report and choosing Copy link.

Participant view of a questionnaire

Use cases of participants pace questionnaires

  • Ask participants to start answering to a Brainstorming or an Open question asynchronously, and display the question during the session while participants keep answering. Combined with authentication, you will be able to identify who answered what!

  • Let participants work on some exercises at their own pace during the session, and then correct the exercises by displaying the results to your audience.

  • Collect feedback or insights before and after your session

  • Ask positioning questions before the session, so you know what’s the starting point of your participants

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