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Wanting to visually enhance your participants’ engagement? Vevox offers three ways of using images in polls:
Adding an image to a polling question in Present view. Images can be added to all Vevox polling types, including multichoice, text, rating, numerical or XY plot. This is to:
- enhance the poll,
- add context to the question,
- or add a fun element.
This offers an additional layer of interaction. You can now ask participants to place a pin (area) on an image. This polling type can request participants to point anywhere on the image, making it ideal for:
- Education - identify a body part, where would you find the scapula, indicate the fracture on this x-ray.
- Market research - indicate your preference e.g. What do you most associate with in this picture? Where is your mood today on the mood wheel chart?
- Geography – Where is Brazil? Point on a map where the longest river originates from.
- Icebreakers - Where are you attending from? What is one important skill that you think everyone should have?
- Business - What project should take priority? Who should be the employee of this month?
- Language learning - e.g. Spanish... Where is the Cabeza? Where is 'la segunda calle de la izquierda'
This is an addition to the standard multichoice question type. One can plot the multichoice answer options directly onto an image. Then, participants can either select these pre-defined multichoice options by clicking on the corresponding number on the image itself or by choosing the options at the bottom of the image. Correct answers can also be set up, with the opportunity for participants to select more than one option if required.
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Watch this video on how to use picture polls in PowerPoint.