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How to Make PowerPoint Less Boring

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How to make PowerPoint more interesting in minutes by adding interactive audience polls into your existing presentations. No hardware or phone apps needed.

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How to Make PowerPoint Less Boring

  1. 1. How To Make PowerPoint Less Boring Add interactive audience polls into your existing PowerPoint presentations in minutes
  2. 2. Install ParticiPoll 1. Visit www.participoll.com and register a free account. 2. Install the ParticiPoll add-in into your PowerPoint
  3. 3. Ask a question in a slide Who directed the Oscar-winning 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire? A. Danny Boy B. Danny Boyle C. Danny Baker D. Susan Boyle E. Frankie Boyle F. Danny DeVito
  4. 4. Insert a poll Who directed the Oscar-winning 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire? A. Danny Boy B. Danny Boyle C. Danny Baker D. Susan Boyle E. Frankie Boyle F. Danny DeVito 0A B C D E F
  5. 5. Login and start your presentation 1. Click ‘Start Polling’ and login 2. Start your PowerPoint presentation (F5)
  6. 6. Collect votes Send your audience to your personal ParticiPoll voting URL on any web- connected device.
  7. 7. Display poll results! Who directed the Oscar-winning 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire? A. Danny Boy B. Danny Boyle C. Danny Baker D. Susan Boyle E. Frankie Boyle F. Danny DeVito 89A B C D E F Advance your presentation to display the results of your poll….
  8. 8. 14 Day Free Trial • Customise your voting URL with your own logo and no adverts • View and download historical audience poll data • View and download comments and questions submitted by audience members www.participoll.com

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