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.
This is what we did in October and November.
We’ve introduced a new feature called Dashboard! As a Slido Admin, you can now see and control important features from one place. You’ll find a more detailed look at how it works below.
- Approve and manage questions
In the top left window, you can highlight and archive all approved questions.
You can also use the same window to review all incoming questions and approve them directly from there.
- Activate polls
You can easily activate polls, hide the results or lock voting in the top right window. Use the “Create a poll” button to quickly create a question and type in the options.
- Keep track of active users
In the Analytics window, you can see the number of active users or submitted poll votes.
In the bottom right window, you’ll find a library of the essential resources to help you run Slido successfully at your event. You can watch tutorial videos, read how-to guides or simply get inspiration from our blog articles.
Wallpapers for the Present view
We’ve handpicked and added twenty-two new wallpapers for your Present view! ?
You can easily customize the Slido Present view and match it with your event’s look or theme. Set up a night sky for your evening meetup or a New York City view for your team meeting in Big Apple.
Learn how to change it here.
We added new features to the Slack integration! By simply using a /slido command in Slack, you can instantly create a new Slido event and start crowdsourcing your team’s questions.
- Add Slido app to your Slack team
- Go to any channel or a conversation
- Type in /slido
Your event’s now live! Using Ask a question and View questions buttons, you can send questions and directly participate in a meeting from Slack.
Learn more about the integration here.
All the little things
Change your licence owner
We understand that people and roles within companies change.
As a licence owner, you can now invite a new person to your organization and assign the owner role to someone else. They can then easily access and create events or assign roles.
Here’s a quick how-to guide for the owners.