Welcome to the second tutorial!
Wooclap offers many different interactions to improve learning and maintain high attention rates during class. Nothing to worry about, however; once you know how to create one interaction, you know how to create them all. Let's get to it!
Step 1: Create an event
Click on Create event and name your new event in the top left corner of the interface. Customise its code by clicking on the pencil icon in the top right corner (if you feel like it). That code is the one participants will connect to and can only contain letters and numbers (no symbols).
Step 2: Create the question
- 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".
We're almost there, just one more step!
Step 3: Invite the audience and ask the question
You will find your newly created question underneath "0. How to participate?". Click "Start" to show the audience how to connect to your event.
Check the counter (left) in the bottom right corner to see if everyone is connected. Use the right arrow to display the first question, which the audience (right) will then be able to answer in real-time. Use that same arrow to move from one question to the next.
Participants can answer a real-time question as long as it is displayed in your presentation (on the shared screen). Once you move on to the next slide or question, they will no longer be able to answer the previous one. This means that everyone answers the same question at the same time and that there is no need to manually open or close real-time votes.
If you'd like to ask your audience multiple questions at once, use the "Participant pace" tab of your event to create these questions.
That's it for this tutorial, how did it go? Make sure to let us know!
Check out our other tutorials below and become a true Wooclapoholic!
- Tutorial 3: Learn how to hide and display results, how to display a correct answer, how to close real-time voting, and more (with keyboard shortcuts)!
- Tutorial 4: Complete your training by inserting questions into your first presentation. Are you equal to the challenge?
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