You can begin by importing a PowerPoint presentation from Google Slides or upload it from your computer. Then, use a unique code to share your slides and content with your audience in real time. Engage them with live quizzes and polls. You can pre-define these or simply add them as you go.
Hypersay allows you to add open questions and get answers from your participants in real time. Or, they can summarize their replies as a word-cloud. Crowdsource queries during the session, but only registered users are allowed to post questions. Audience members can take private notes and also get them via email. Use a predefined form to get instant feedback after the session. Follow up with participants while maintaining privacy. Both presenters and participants can stay in contact by exchanging messages.
Hypersay reviews indicate you can get presentations deleted on request. Email the vendor with your presentation’s code for the deletion. Currently, the company is developing a tool to enable users to archive or delete their presentations.
The best part is you don’t need a lot of bandwidth for your presentations. The software caches the content in your browser’s memory to provide a smooth experience. Little bandwidth is required for data exchange such as questions, answers, etc. during the presentation. Mobile web connections will be easily able to manage this.
Finally, Hypersay is responsive to all devices and screen sizes. You don’t need to install anything and only need to use your browser. No plug-ins are necessary.
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