MeetingPulse Audience engagement solutions
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The Upside of Anonymity

When you’re at a gathering and have a question, it can feel like a big deal to get up, raise your hand, and speak up […]

Switch to MeetingPulse as the Sun Sets on Microsoft Pulse

Several years ago, Microsoft introduced a product very similar to the MeetingPulse audience response software. Now, Microsoft Pulse is officially shutting down. We kindly invite […]

Civic Participation via Audience Response System

Here at MeetingPulse, we have noticed a rising interest in using audience response systems to support civic participation. Currently in the US and in Canada, […]

10 Ways to Prepare for a Live Q&A Session

Planning and leading a Q&A session is harder than you might think. Here are a few quick tips on how to host a live Q&A […]

3 Critical Stages of Live Event Feedback

Collecting feedback is a critical part of planning and executing a successful event. It’s common to collect feedback via survey after an event, but throughout […]

Native App vs. Web App – Which Is Best for Live Audience Software?

Live audience software is generally available in two forms: native app and web app. What are the differences? Which should you choose to meet your […]

MAYDAY.US creates an online townhall with MeetingPulse

The Customer: Mayday.US is a non-profit activism organization working against institutional government corruption in the United States. In the U.S. 2014 mid-term elections, Mayday.US used […]

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 acme2018.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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