Create your slido

  • 24 August 2020
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Slido is gradually rolling out a new user interface. If the below steps and visuals match what you are seeing within your account, then you are using the new interface and this article is for you. If not, please see this version.

 

To start using polls and Q&A you first need to create a slido. Once you’ve created a slido, you can add polls, surveys, and set up audience questions.
 

In this article:

 

 

Create your first slido

 

If this is your first time using Slido: 

  1. Select Create a slido
  2. When the pop-up appears, pick the dates give your slido a name 
  3. Click Create slido in the pop-up
Create your first slido

 

You can now create polls, quizzes, set up your Q&A and test everything before your meeting or event starts. 


 

Create additional slidos

 

All slidos that you create can be found in your dashboard. Whenever you need to create a new one, simply click the + Create slido button.


 

Creating additional slidos

 

 

Adjust your settings

 

To customize and adjust your slido, click Settings on the left side.

 

Adjust your slido settings

 

There you’ll be able to:

Learn more in our Slido Settings Overview


 

 

Curious about more?

 


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How many events can you have up and running on your account at the same time, with different collaborators on every event?

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Hey @AstraZeneca,

You can have as many live events in your account at the same time as you want, just keep in mind that a collaborator can only have access to one event at a time.

Hope this helps! :)

Hey @AstraZeneca,

You can have as many live events in your account at the same time as you want, just keep in mind that a collaborator can only have access to one event at a time.

Hope this helps! :)

How do you add a collaborator?  Can they run the event solo - i.e. in a separate room with a separate audience?

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Hey @Bo Clarke ,

You can invite Guest collaborators following the linked article.

They can run the event without you as they would have their own Login to access the event. Please be sure to see their access in the chart from the article to understand what they can/cannot do within the event.

Let us know if you have any other questions!

Best,

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