With Poll Everywhere for Windows you can insert screenshots of activities directly into your PowerPoint presentations. This is useful for including responses from a previous session, sharing your deck (including audience responses) with others, etc.
The following steps will walk you through how to insert an activity screenshot into your presentation.
Step 1: Open a new or existing slide PowerPoint presentation.
Step 2: Click the Poll Everywhere tab.
Step 3: If you are not yet logged in, click the Log in button. (If you are already logged in, skip to Step 5.)
Step 4: Sign in using your Poll Everywhere credentials. (If you do not yet have a Poll Everywhere account, the Log in window has a tab where you can sign up for a free account.)
Step 5: Click Insert then select Screenshot from the dropdown list.
Step 6: Select the activities you want to insert screenshots of by clicking the checkboxes then tap the Insert screenshot button in the bottom right.
Slides with screenshots of your activities appear in the deck. Each screenshot has its own slide.
Screenshot slides appear a bit different than activity slides. Unlike activity slides, screenshots won’t have the blue marks in the corners. The notes section, likewise, will contain the title of the activity, but will not have any link.
Helpful tip: You can also download screenshots of your activities from the web. Check out the Download a screenshot article for instructions.
More useful tips
Be logged in
Make sure you are logged into the Poll Everywhere app as the activity owner.
Tips on competition screenshots
When inserting screenshots for competitions, the app will insert a screenshot of the final leaderboard and the response slide of each question.
Tips on survey screenshots
If you insert the screenshot of a survey that has received responses, then the screenshot will show audience members progress through the survey at the time the screenshot was taken. If there are no responses to the survey at the time you insert the screenshot, then it will show only the survey title and instructions to respond.