Live polls are an interactive way to gather information from the team and to get the team engaged.
Here's an example for what a live poll looks like:
To publish a live poll, follow this steps:
Step 1: navigate to the "Updates" category on your side bar and click on the "Add New" button on the top right corner of the page:
Step 2: When the "New update creation" page will appear, choose the "Start from scratch" option.
Step 3: On the "Update page", you decide what type of content you want to upload. In this case, click on "Live poll".
Step 4: The Poll option settings will appear. Write the desired poll question in the update box where it says 'Write your update…' and type the poll pre-defined answers under the "Poll option" boxes located beneath (See image below). You can add as many options as you wish!
Step 5: Once you have created your poll, you may control the poll settings by clicking tapping the "Poll settings" button. Setting will let you 'allow multiple selection', 'make votes anonymous', or 'show results only after voting'.
Step 6: Once you setup the poll settings, click the "Next" button in order to assign the poll to the relevant audience (whether specific users, groups or all your team)
Step 7: The publish settings will appear next. customize the settings to best meet your needs and click "Next" when ready.
Step 8: Confirm that the poll and publish it!
Get some inspiration - We gathered a few examples on what you can poll but really, the sky is the limit!
Voting on the costumes contest
Choosing the preferred venue for our next company party
Next training opportunities (seminar, guest speaker, etc.)
Happy hour preferences
What to order for lunch
Company event ideas (picnic, movie, paintballing, etc.)
What company value is most important
Ideas to improve the company service
What you like most about working at the company
Company swag (T-shirts, sweatshirts, etc.)
Live polls allow you to measure the workplace in real-time so you can get a sense of where your employees are and to gain feedback on any matter, whether it’s a serious matter or just a fun question to raise engagement. And one last tip from us: consider enabling commenting, so if the team wish to share additional ideas, they can do so in the comments!