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evenTwo new features – Instant voting and live audience participation

Recently we talked about evenTwo new features as Multi-event version, messaging between attendees, conversation wall or surveys. We continue advancing with other features to improve relationship between all event’s stakeholders. For example we have developed the possibility to insert videos even watching video streaming.

So now we’re back with a new feature ti perform live feedback and encourage audience participation.

The main idea is to replace the famous voting keypads, a technology that is no longer needed and also had very high costs. Now most people have a smartphone that can replace that device. But how does it work?.

It’s simple, from the evenTwo backend tool you can create different voting tracks (so you can have simultaneous voting in different sessions). The tracks can be defined as public or private (user registration required). Once created tracks questions can be created and associated with an App icon or a specific session. Questions can be programmed or launch live, have a response time and can also determine if the user will see the graphical results on the screen of his device or the speaker will show them in a large screen. The vote can be terminated manually by the administrator without waiting for the response time is consumed.

What if the attendee doesn’t have smartphone?, or he doesn’t installed the app?, will not be able to vote?. Each room has their own URL voting accessible from any browser, so he should not need to access from the app.

Here is a video with the process:

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Now that we know how works evenTwo live polls, what are the uses of this feature?. Instant voting have a lot of uses in an event, from a vote to choose between candidates up just for the speaker to assess the live audience response to certain topics, improving communication and interaction with attendees.

We will return soon with amazing new features in evenTwo.

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