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Bring immediate feedback option to Meetings

WebEx Training has the option for immediate feedback by clicking on a Green Check or Red X. That would be a great addition to WebEx Meeting. I would like the option of showing the attendees the results. Also, the Host, Cohost and Presenter should be able to clear the feedback and save the results. If that privilege can only go to one person, it should be the Host.

  • Curtis Cox
  • Jul 13 2021
  • Future consideration
  • Curtis Cox commented
    18 Feb, 2022 04:33am

    I agree with Chris Welsh and Geoff Breeze. This is a fundamental feature that needs to be migrated from TC to MC. Presenters often need a quick poll of yes or no. Asking for a Hands up does not give the option of no and one cannot tally the results. The results should be savable also with the ability for the Presenter, Host, or Cohosts to quickly give it a Question Title. Creating a quick poll via Slido is an option, but unless the Presenter is familiar with Slido and already has it open and ready, it's a slow process when just a quick verbal poll is less time consuming and smoother.

  • Geoff Breeze commented
    5 Jan, 2022 05:26pm

    One of my large accounts would like to migrate from TC to MC but will not until these reactions are added to MC. They are also requesting a coffee mug to show when a user steps away.

  • Chris commented
    16 Sep, 2021 08:38pm

    This is a fundamental feature that should exist in ANY collaboration product that purports to facilitate meetings. When in a meeting with a number of people and you are trying to get a consensus, asking "Who agrees?" can result in multiple people speaking over themselves, so you learn nothing, or if you ask them to raise a hand, you don't catch the negatives because they may not be paying attention. The ONLY way to get a consensus is to have an option that allows positive/negative feedback that is visible until cleared.