by Conferences i/o
Audience Q&A, polling, and more from Conferences i/o
Conferences i/o is an easy-to-use live audience engagement platform that is perfect for virtual, hybrid, and in-person meetings. Millions of attendees at thousands of events, primarily across North America, have used Conferences i/o technology to make presentations more interactive. Engaged attendees are better attendees — they learn more, and they give higher ratings to sessions and events that add elements of audience participation.
How does this app work?
This app is built for existing Conferences i/o customers. A convenient tab will be added to your Teams intranet page. This tab is best suited for use during Teams video meetings.
How is this app supported?
This app is fully supported by the Conferences i/o support team. Customers can reach out at any time with questions about how the product works, and how they can get the most out of it.
I'm not currently a customer. How can I try Conferences i/o?
Reach out to the Conferences i/o team via our website, https://www.conferences.io
Enjoy a world-class Q&A experience from the inventors of crowdsourced meeting Q&A.
Before your event, collect questions in one convenient place.
Audience members can upvote questions, allowing Q&A time to be used efficiently.
Download questions after your event and share internally or with attendees.
Engage your audience with a variety of poll types (multiple choice, open ended).
Try our exclusive brainstorming poll, where participants can submit and then vote for ideas.
Collect responses beforehand, or run live polls during your meeting.
Download a well formatted report afterward.
Skip messy email feedback and capture an evaluation while it's fresh in mind for attendees.
No need to use any other survey tool.
Check-ins and check-outs for continuing education sessions.
Single sign-on integration (if you need it).
Fully customizable branding.
- Can send data over the Internet
- This add-in can access personal information on the active message, such as phone numbers, postal addresses, or URLs. The add-in may send this data to a third-party service. Other items in your mailbox can’t be read or modified.