We created Release Notes to keep you posted on the latest features, design changes and all the little things that we work on during the course of the month.
Here’s the full update for August.
This month, we introduced @slidobot: the Slack app for internal meetings, that allows participants to send Slido questions directly from Slack.
People no longer have to switch to a different platform if they want to ask questions during your meetings. They simply need to open @slidobot in Slack, type in the event code and send the question. Super convenient for everyone! 👏🏾
If you’re a meeting organizer, @slidobot can help you manage all incoming questions through the private channel that you create directly in Slack.
Learn how to install it here.
We’ve added a new feature called Account Analytics! Here you can see the top voted questions, most engaging polls or the average anonymous rate across all your events or filter to see a specific date range.
This is how you access it.
You can see your important statistics at a glance without any additional exports. Learn more about Analytics here.
Your Admin page now features a new search bar to help you learn the basics, personalize your event or pick up a few tricks along the way.
Once you reveal the results, the participants are able to see their profile avatar appear for the options they’ve voted for. Here’s a great example:
Why is it helpful?
We’ve updated the look of the agenda and simplified its design. Here’s a quick walk-through on the recent updates.
Deactivating a room in settings will no longer make the recent changes disappear. Your room name and assigned colors will be saved.
You can now use the Tab key to move the cursor to the next field when typing in your poll options or names for the rooms.