To make your virtual and hybrid events more exciting, Digitevent integrates Slido which allows you to benefit from a complete and recognized interaction solution. 

Involve your audiences thanks to the wide range of tools that this integration allows: 

Live Q&A sessions: 

Your audience can ask questions in a moderated chat and learn more about the details that really interest them. 

This feature, like the rest of the virtual event experience, is of course compatible with all devices. The person asking a question can also choose to share their name/first name or remain anonymous, which can sometimes free the floor for sensitive topics.

To go even further, the solution allows participants to vote for other questions so that the speakers can quickly see which ones are the most successful. 

More and more polls : 

You can (and should) integrate polls into your events. In order to collect the opinion of thousands of people in a few seconds, this tool comes in several forms: 

> Word clouds, useful for breaking the ice.

> Multiple-choice polls, perfect for multiple-choice questions

> Surveys with scoring, useful for quantifying results

> Free-text polls, useful to find out what people are thinking.

Polls can be used as an introduction to a workshop, in the middle of a presentation to track audience understanding, or at the end of a meeting to provide a wrap-up. Anything is possible! 

Here’s a list of 40+ original questions you could ask your audience.

Bring quiz competition to your events :

Bring suspense and awaken the competitive spirit in each of your participants with the Quizzes: prepare your questions in advance and simply integrate them into the tool.

Don't hesitate to spice up the experience by adding a maximum amount of time to answer each question, and display the scoreboard to push participants to progress!

We recommend that you do a quiz at the beginning or end of the event, without forgetting, of course, a prize for the first 3.

It's up to you to make your virtual and hybrid events more dynamic!