FEATURES / AUDIENCE Q&A
Engaged audiences and memorable conversations
Glisser enhances the delegate experience by allowing every member of the audience to participate in a Q&A session from their smartphone – no need to raise a hand or download an app.
Questions can be upvoted by other audience members, or moderated by event organisers.
No app download = 8-10x participation
Most other audience response systems ask the audience to download an app or use some sort of pre-programmed hardware. We don’t. Your audience can simply access the platform from a web browser using their own phone, laptop or tablet. So you get eight to ten times as many questions as usual.
Anonymous access or powerful privacy
You decide whether you want users to provide their contact details or not, allowing for totally anonymous interactivity, or simply anonymity to other delegates. Plus our extensive range of password and restricted access options allow you to control who you let into your discussion.
Display in a single keypress
You can launch our beautiful big-screen Q&A feed at the touch of a button, and start displaying your audience responses, and their popularity, in real-time. Audience members can up-vote their most pressing question, helping to focus the conversation on the most important.
A dazzling word cloud
As well as a straightforward Q&A feed, audience comments can be rendered as a word cloud instantly. This provides an interesting summary of the views from the room, or can be used to immediately visualise thoughts, opinions and feedback – in a very socially-sharable format.
Take control of your questions
There is nothing worse when a touchy question is asked by your audience – especially if it appears on the screen. With Glisser, you can moderate a question when it’s submitted, and make any necessary changes.
The world’s leading events trust Glisser to power their audience Q&A
Transforming Education Through Technology
Bett 2017 had a goal of driving innovation, and the organisation wanted to introduce a digital companion which would facilitate engagement between audience and speakers, alongside collecting actionable data. This solution would replace their traditional methods of audience engagement and would need to do so for an audience that appreciates consistency and professionalism. After all, this is an event for teachers.