Let participants ask questions during a video conference
Queue questions for live answer and vote on the most important questions.
Wait for incoming questions
Moderators will be notified as soon as a new question is submitted by a participant. Participants can send questions anonymously or under their full name.
Queue questions for live answer
Select those questions you want to answer during your video conference.
Start public voting
You can start a public voting on questions if you want your audience to decide on the most important questions.
Answer via text
Moderators can directly answer questions in writing.
Share live answers
Answer questions live to discuss the answer with your audience. The participants will see which question is currently answered.
Filter queued, answered or unanswered questions and order submitted questions by time or upvotes.
Organize a Q&A to keep your audience engaged
Participants can ask questions at any time anonymously or under their full name. As soon as you are ready to answer you can select the most appealing questions and queue them for a live answer. You can even let your audience decide which questions are the most important ones. During the video conference, you can also choose to answer questions directly via text. This can be helpful if you are running a huge webcast and you have some moderators ready to answer questions right ahead.