Launch your Q&A with a single click and allow your audience to submit their questions while you present.
Find out what your audience thinks and let them vote from their computer, smartphone, or mobile device.
When your audience has the option to ask anonymous questions, the quality and the quantity of the questions improve.
Filter repetitive, out-of-topic, or offensive questions before they go live with built-in moderation tools.
You’re in control the entire time. Moderate all questions before they’re presented to your audience.
Your audience can decide what questions to cover thanks to real-time social upvoting.
You can easily embed your questions into your website or within your virtual event.
Swift Polling automatically filters out any inappropriate questions based on keywords when the profanity filter is activated.
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Live Q&A are an effective meeting format for many reasons. Listeners can ask questions or offer ideas and then vote for other submissions. The host of the presentation answers questions and manages different ideas presented throughout the session. This allows the presenter to keep the audience engaged and participating in the meeting. The live Q&A format is a well-suited option for these types of meetings:
During live Q&A sessions, you can compile:
If you don’t have an account, the first step is to sign up with Swift Polling. When you register, you will enter your full name, email address, and password. It only takes a few steps to create an online Q&A:
Live questions are an effective way to help your audience speak out and be heard. With this kind of session, your listeners are able to express themselves in many ways:
Participants can ask questions online anonymously during a web version of a Q&A session. This anonymity can be beneficial as it encourages participants to ask frank and honest questions and offer suggestions at the same time. Even those who are reluctant to share can express their opinion with the comfort of knowing their identity is protected. This also means the most vocal participants aren’t overwhelming anyone else and everyone has the same opportunity to interact in the session. It’s worth remembering that with the introduction of anonymity, not all participants will refrain from irrelevant, hostile, or obscene comments. To help keep these at bay, our platform offers filtering options. You can filter questions before going live in a couple of clicks:
Our online Q&A platform allows you to identify the most critical questions in real-time. With the crowdsource upvoting function, session participants will vote for the topics they are most interested in. All attendees have equal opportunities to express themselves and vote. With upvoting, the audience collectively prioritizes talking points. This is useful when you need to:
When you first log in to your Swift Polling account, you’ll see an empty questions list. You can create a new question by clicking the "Create new poll+" button in the center. You’ll be given the option for 3 question types: multiple choice (poll), open-ended, or word cloud.For interactive presentations where your audience can ask questions, selecting the “open-ended” option is the best choice.Once you’re done, click the "Launch" button. Now your audience can start responding.You can also choose to moderate the questions as you go to remove repetitive or offensive questions before they’re displayed to the audience.
To embed an interactive Q&A into a website, you first need to access the embed code.
Your embed code can be found in the active poll view and in the polls list by clicking “More options” and selecting "Embed code.” Then, your embed code pops up. To copy the embed code, click "Copy to Clipboard."
If you have a designated area on your website for your poll, you can type the desired width and height in pixels to get the best responsive view. These fields add additional parameters into the embed code to ensure the poll looks good on your website and is in line with your branding.