At Webex, we’ve been using Slido a lot lately. In practically every meeting, we start with a Slido poll to get people talking and relax a little while we wait for everyone to join. We also use it to even out the playing field so that even quiet people with great ideas have a chance to speak up. Slido has also helped me discover that I am ranking my priorities almost the same as my boss. And we are curious… How do you and your team use Slido? When you meet with your team, can you tell who's engaged and participating? Or do you just use Slido to ask questions like who makes the best coffee or if you'd rather have feathers or scales? What's your favorite type of poll? We'd love to know!
So, how do you and your teams use Slido in Webex? What's the most useful type?
In less than 100 words, comment below on what you love about Slido in Webex and share any tips for fellow users. Once we get your response, we'll enter you into our giveaway for a chance to win a Cisco 730 headset. We'll keep this post active through the entire month of September and randomly select a giveaway winner the first week of October. Congratulations to August's winner, Matthew Wynd!
With Slido and Webex, it’s never been easier to collect ideas, opinions and feedback from your team. Slido's six types of polls, quizzes and Q&A can help you engage your team, break the ice, check the understanding, or even put a decision up for a vote. Slido has you covered at every step, before, during and after the meeting. You can use it to collect questions ahead of time, get feedback afterward and include everyone who can't join live. With Slido's analytics, you can get valuable insights into your meetings like how many people were engaged, export your questions or voting results for further analysis, or see who might make a good advocate for your cause.