To increase the incentive for the audience to participate and gamify your presentation, a lottery system, in which there’s a winner amongst all of the delegates, is a beneficial feature.

To add a lottery slide, select ‘Lottery’ from the drop down menu and type in your heading. You are able to have up to 10 individual winners. During a presentation, once it reaches the lottery slide, it will display the question/prize name, indicated by the question mark icon at the top left hand side of the screen. By clicking the space bar again,the email address of the participants shuffles randomly. In order to present a winner, press the space bar a third time and the random shuffling of the participants stops to present the email address/uniques ID of a delegate.

This process can be repeated to select more than one winner, with no possibility of the same person being selected more than once, as the previous winner is stored. The delegates will not see this process on their phones, but will view this on the presenter’s presentation.

Related Guides and Resources

Moderating Your Question Feed and Presentation

One of the core features of Glisser is the ability to have the audience ask questions to the presenter whilst the presentation is taking place, which can be answered at any point during the presentation. A presenter can either choose to have the questions moderated before appearing on the main screen to be answered, or allow the audience to submit questions directly to the live question feed.

Integrate into DoubleDutch App

If you want to offer Glisser to your delegates from within your DoubleDutch application, you will need to integrate our Audience View.

Event Analytics

Using the data, the presenter can monitor and measure audience response using an in built engagement index. With this tool, presenters can not only measure participation from the audience, but attendance also, which can be used to also determine the quality of data.

Related FAQs

Do I need to download any software?

Using the data, the presenter can monitor and measure audience response using an in built engagement index. With this tool, presenters can not only measure participation from the audience, but attendance also, which can be used to also determine the quality of data.

What are the keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys)?

Using the data, the presenter can monitor and measure audience response using an in built engagement index. With this tool, presenters can not only measure participation from the audience, but attendance also, which can be used to also determine the quality of data.

How should I introduce Glisser to my audience?

Using the data, the presenter can monitor and measure audience response using an in built engagement index. With this tool, presenters can not only measure participation from the audience, but attendance also, which can be used to also determine the quality of data.

How do I request custom features?

Using the data, the presenter can monitor and measure audience response using an in built engagement index. With this tool, presenters can not only measure participation from the audience, but attendance also, which can be used to also determine the quality of data.

My account has been upgraded, how come it still says I’m on a ‘Free’ account?

Using the data, the presenter can monitor and measure audience response using an in built engagement index. With this tool, presenters can not only measure participation from the audience, but attendance also, which can be used to also determine the quality of data.

What is presentation mirroring?

Using the data, the presenter can monitor and measure audience response using an in built engagement index. With this tool, presenters can not only measure participation from the audience, but attendance also, which can be used to also determine the quality of data.

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