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PollEverywhere: Creating PowerPoint/PollEverywhere Slides - Method #2

How to create PollEverywhere slides - Method #2

  1. Access the PollEverywhere login page then your PollEverywhere login/password.

  2. In the upper left area of the window, click on Create Poll button   

  3. Write your poll question then choose the question type and provide answers for multiple choice questions.

  4. Click on Create in the lower left area of the Poll Question window.

  5. To add the question to your PowerPoint presentation, open PowerPoint, then select the PollEverywhere tab.

  6. Click on Log In then enter your PollEverywhere login/password.

  7. Choose Insert Slide then select the polling question from the list and click on Insert Poll.  Note: the slide will display as a placeholder while you are editing your PowerPoint presentation; change to Presentation mode in PowerPoint to see the question display as it will to students.

  8. To let your students know how to access your PollEverywhere polls and submit their responses, insert this prep PowerPoint slide just prior to your first poll; be sure to replace the text in red with your PollEverywhere username. You can find your PollEverywhere username in the Settings area of your PollEverywhere account.

PollEverywhere Instructions Slide

To let your students know how to login to your PollEverywhere polls and submit the answer, insert an instructions slide just prior to your first poll.  If you're using Google Slides, you don't need to insert an instructions slide as the information will be displayed on each PollEverywhere slide.  


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