MeetingPulse Audience engagement solutions

Currently, the MeetingPulse application can be integrated in these ways:

Simple embed

Given a link to a meeting (e.g. https://meet.ps/some-meeting), you can just add an embed to your page with an iframe tag. Make sure to provide the height and width for the frame for best results. Your attendees will appear in the meeting as anonymous users, unless you enable name and/or email prompt for new visitors.

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Embed and authenticate attendees

If you want to embed the app in your site and authenticate your visitors based on their login session on your site, you have two options

  1. You can take advantage of our API and generate access tokens for your visitors yourself. This requires a server-side call.
  2. Alternatively, you can craft a sign-up payload to be used with your embed, so that authentication goes on client-side.

This way, each user that has been authenticated with your site can access the MeetingPulse app via an iframe and be recognized by the app. We support passing user names and emails this way. Please contact support for more info if you are interested in this solution.


Embed a simple MeetingPulse widget

Instead of embedding a frame with a fully-fledged application, you may wish to limit the interface to some minimalisic widget. Currently we only support a ribbon with Pulse buttons. If you need to show those buttons on your site, you will need to embed a frame with a URL of the format https://meet.ps/widgets/<your-meeting-name>/pulse.

Make sure to make the frame long enough if you want all buttons to be on the same line.

Another solution would be to set up a meeting to have only one feature and slide. If you embed a meeting this way, it will only show a single slide without any extra menus, which can be used to your advantage if you want something simpler.

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FAQ
Does MeetingPulse work with PowerPoint?
Sure, more about it here
What platforms do you support?
We want 100% of your audience to be engaged, which is why we developed MeetingPulse to work in a web browser. Your audience can join from their iPhone, their Amazon fire tablet, their Linux laptop, their Windows PC or any other device that has a web browser.
Can I customize MeetingPulse?
To make MeetingPulse a seamless addition to your meetings, we offer custom themes. We'll use your logo and your colors for the attendee and broadcast view. Your company name will be included in the webpage's title.

Your meeting can have its own domain. This is great if you are going to promote your meeting offline. For example, you could use acme2019.com instead of meet.ps/acme-all-hands
Want to know more about what MeetingPulse can do? Go to the features page.
Still need help? Contact us.

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