You can use slides to:
- Create interactive presentations
- Host interactive lessons
- Break the trivia game into multiple rounds
- Provide additional information during trivia games
Create interactive presentations
Build interactive presentations combining slides, polls, and quiz questions. Share the myQuiz code with participants who then connect to the presentation using their devices. Participants can follow the presentation on their devices or use them only for engagement activities. With the slides in myQuiz, you can spark discussions, gather instant feedback, and vote on ideas visualizing results in real-time. After the presentation, you can export results for further analysis.
Keep the audience engaged and involved in your next presentation!Host interactive lessons
Present educational information and assess knowledge in real-time using the slides inside myQuiz. With interactive quizzes, you can increase audience participation and reinforce learning. Polls allow you to gather audience feedback in real-time. After the lesson, you can export results to analyze learners' performance and identify areas of improvement.
Create and teach interactive lessons in class, virtually, or in a hybrid format to engage students and increase participation. Break the trivia game into multiple rounds
Run trivia games with multiple themed rounds or breaks using the slides inside myQuiz. After the slide is displayed, you can manually control when the next quiz round is going to start. Provide additional information during trivia games
Did you want to provide additional information about a particular question? With the slide in myQuiz, you have the space for interesting facts and jokes to make the quiz more entertaining. We provide you manual control over the transition from the slide with additional information to the next quiz question.
Let's make trivia games that allow participants to learn more. Here
you can learn more about how the slide inside myQuiz works.
If you want to try a live demo with the slide: connect to the presentation