4 Tips for a Fail-Proof Q&A Session

The Presentation Experts over at Duarte recently wrote a fantastic blog post about fail-proof preparation for handling audience Q&A. We thought it would be a great idea to take the advice from the Duarte post and expand upon it with ideas about how to integrate your Social Q&A app into the process. We summarized the […]

March 2014: Big improvements for Social Q&A’s moderator workflow and projector view

Our initial approach to building Social Q&A as a standalone service was to replicate the implementation available in¬†Conferences i/o. However, we realized ¬†we had an opportunity to do more with a Q&A-focused product. So we sat back, evaluated what we have learned in three years of building audience response software, and began working toward a […]

Do people like ANYTHING about traditional audience Q&A?

Before creating Social Q&A as a standalone product, we asked people what they like least about traditional audience Q&A. We also asked them what they like most about traditional audience Q&A. We’ve tried to group responses into a few common themes. We don’t like anything! “Nothing” was the most common individual response when people were […]

Here’s everything that’s WRONG with audience Q&A today

Before building Social Q&A as a standalone product, we wanted to find out what folks think about traditional audience Q&A. We asked 200 ordinary people what they like least about Q&A at events and meetings, and grouped responses into three common themes. Low-quality questions from the audience Low-quality is the label we use to describe […]