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Mood Meter

Use Cases:

  • Analog gauge to measure the intensity level or range of a reaction

  • Highly tactile experience, feels like a stereo dial

Examples:

  • Grade a performance from 1-10

Face Off

Use Cases:

  • Audience votes in a head-to-head interactive

  • Two options, each with an image

Examples:

  • “Which candidate is commanding this debate?”

  • “Which team’s pitching is working better tonight?”

Reader's Choice

Uses Cases:

  • Instant audience response with text-only question and up to 10 text-only answers

  • No need to source images or media

  • Good for quick question creation during the show

Examples:

  • “Which actor was the most believable?”

  • Audience political affiliations or agendas

  • Vote for a selection of contestants or players

Viewer's Choice

Uses Cases:

  • Instant audience response with integrated question image or video

  • 1-10 answers

Examples:

  • “What's your favorite Beatles song?”

  • Audience political affiliations or agendas

  • Vote for a selection of contestants or players

Pic Pick

Uses Cases:

  • Instant audience response with an image for each answer

Examples:

  • “What's your favorite Beatles song?”

  • Audience political affiliations or agendas

  • Vote for a selection of contestants or players

Live Reactions

Use Cases:

  • Emoji-style sentiment display

  • Viewers can vote multiple times for maximum activity

  • Emojis can be customized like any dynamic image in Megaphone

  • Emojis can animate, such as bouncing from left to right, or shooting out like a water fountain

Examples:

  • 'How does this meal look?"

  • "What do you think of Ben's outfit?"

  • Rate a politician's speech, second by second

Guess Gauge

Use Cases:

  • A question answered with a draggable slider

  • Up to 10 values can be defined

Examples:

  • Grade a performance from A-F

  • Predict the sale price of a house

  • Opinion intensity ("Terrible, Poor, Okay, Good, Amazing!")