The polling feature for meetings allows you to create single choice or multiple choice questions for your meetings. During your meeting, you will be able to launch the poll and gather the responses from your attendees. Once the meeting ends, you may also download a polling report. Polls can be conducted anonymously if you do not wish to collect participant information with poll results.
To use polling in Zoom you will first need to sign into the Zoom web portal located here: https://luc.zoom.us/
Then click on the Settings tab to access the Settings window.
Select In Meeting (Basic) or scroll down until you see the option to enable polling.
Select the slider toggle to enable Polling.
Create a Poll.
Select Meetings from the menu on the left and select your scheduled meeting. If you do not have a scheduled meeting, you will need to schedule the meeting before you can create polling.
From the meeting management page, scroll to the bottom to find the Poll option. Click Add to begin creating the poll.
Populate your poll with questions and save:
- Enter a title for your poll.
- Type your first question test.
- Designate whether the question should have a single correct answer or multiple correct answers.
- Type the answer choices for your first question.
- Select Add a Question if you would like to add additional questions to your poll. Follow steps 1-4.
- Select Save.
Launch a Poll
During your scheduled Zoom meeting, when you are ready to start the poll, select Polls from the in-meeting controls panel.
Select Launch Polling.
After selecting the question you would like to present, select Launch Polling.
Select End Polling.
Once all the users have selected their polling option, select End Polling.
Share Results or Re-Launch Polling.
Once you have ended the poll, you have the option to Share Results or Re-launch Polling. If you have multiple questions, you can click on the down arrow next to Edit at the top of the screen to display another polling question.