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Go to: http://www.polleverywhere.com/
Creating Poll
At the Poll  Everywhere home    page, click the‘Create your first poll’       button.                     Type your      C...
If you want to convert       your questions to        multiple choice     questions, click here. If you want to stay as   ...
Click here if you                                    want to delete                                      the answers      ...
This is how your poll will look   like.
Poll Setting
Showing all   the public polls createdby other users.                  You can use these                   functions when ...
(a) Visual Setting     To change the   appearance, go to  ‘Visual Setting’ and       select theappearance, instruction and...
(b) Show Instruction/Show Chart                             Click here to view                             your poll as ch...
(c) Fullscreen                   To enable and                 disable fullscreen                   view, click this      ...
People Responding
Select the    The              respond respond             types youtypes will               prefer.be shown   here.
Downloading as a Slide
Select the  presentationtypes you would    prefer to   download.
You can use the downloaded slide for yourpresentation. The respondents responses willin-sync with the poll you created in ...
Sharing and Publishing
You can share and  publish your poll byembedded it into your blog or web page, or    email to othersand, or download the f...
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    1. 1. Go to: http://www.polleverywhere.com/
    2. 2. Creating Poll
    3. 3. At the Poll Everywhere home page, click the‘Create your first poll’ button. Type your Click this icon to question here. preview your poll.
    4. 4. If you want to convert your questions to multiple choice questions, click here. If you want to stay as open endedquestions, you need to click the ‘Continue’ button.
    5. 5. Click here if you want to delete the answers selected.Insert the possible answers for your multiple choice questions. Then, click ‘Continue’.
    6. 6. This is how your poll will look like.
    7. 7. Poll Setting
    8. 8. Showing all the public polls createdby other users. You can use these functions when you upgrade your account.
    9. 9. (a) Visual Setting To change the appearance, go to ‘Visual Setting’ and select theappearance, instruction and chart you wouldlike to use as your poll view.
    10. 10. (b) Show Instruction/Show Chart Click here to view your poll as chart or instruction.
    11. 11. (c) Fullscreen To enable and disable fullscreen view, click this icon.
    12. 12. People Responding
    13. 13. Select the The respond respond types youtypes will prefer.be shown here.
    14. 14. Downloading as a Slide
    15. 15. Select the presentationtypes you would prefer to download.
    16. 16. You can use the downloaded slide for yourpresentation. The respondents responses willin-sync with the poll you created in the slide.
    17. 17. Sharing and Publishing
    18. 18. You can share and publish your poll byembedded it into your blog or web page, or email to othersand, or download the flash file to upload it in Prezi.
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