So you're ready to go live with audience participation, great!
If you're hosting a virtual or hybrid meeting, you may want to check out our article on using Live Polling during a live meeting. You might find it easier to switch between your slide presentation and the Projector Screen that PublicInput provides on the Meetings & Offline tab.
1) Get your presentation screen link
Once you've opened your survey, click the Meetings & Offline tab.
You can open the Projector Screen in one of 2 ways:
Scroll to the bottom of the Meetings & Offline tab and click the Open Default Projector View button:
– OR –
Whichever way you opt to get there, you should see the Projector screen with your project URL that looks something like this:
Note, this screen (above) can be customized, but you won't need that if embedding a question directly into a PowerPoint presentation.
Next, click the hamburger menu (three lines) in the top left corner, and select "Show questions":
You can flip through the questions with the arrow > button in the bottom right:
Once you're on the question you want to embed, click the small menu (3 dots) at the top right of the screen, then click "Get Embed Link":
You'll see a modal open with options similar to the following:
Copy the link for the question you want to embed, or the overall presentation (your choice).
2) Get setup in PowerPoint
For the purposes of this demo, we'll be using a tool called "Web Viewer" to embed Meeting Mode in your presentation. On PowerPoint online, you'll see an option for "Office Add-ins" under the "Insert" tab.
Click on Office Add-ins, then select 'Store' and search for "web viewer":
Once you have the *Free* Web Viewer plugin selected, click "Add".
Once installed, click "Office Add-ins" > "Web Viewer" to add an embed frame to your slide:
Now you can paste in the link you copied from PublicInput.com to include the live view of audience participation on this slide.
You should now see a live view of your Meeting Mode page displayed in your presentation, similar to the following: