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In this update due on the 12th December, the focus has been on making minor tweaks that will make a subtle but hugely positive impact on user experience.
In this article we will explain what a live word cloud poll is and reveal 7 of the best word cloud generators out there for creating static images to increasing audience collaboration in presentations.
In our latest product update, due for release on 22nd October, we’re bringing you some treats (well, it is nearly Halloween)...
After a major update, Vevox’s interactive audience display ‘Present View’ now not only looks like the kind of screen you’d be proud to present in front of, but it’s got a bunch of new simple new features that makes it even easier and to manage during a meeting or class.
Vevox, the popular personal response system for in class polling and Q&A is now available through Instructure’s EduAppCentre.com.
The Vevox App (No.1 polling app and Q&A tool) recently achieved a Trustpilot review milestone by reaching over 500 customer reviews. Find out it's impact on our employee engagement in this article.
The Vevox team thoroughly enjoyed another year of being the audience engagement partner and sponsor for the ALT Conference. This year’s conference was hosted in the vibrant city of Edinburgh and our team enjoyed the trek from our HQ up to Scotland to meet new faces and to catch up with our University clients.
Following on from the first two parts to this trilogy of articles on 'change communications' and after receiving lots of comments from my posts on LinkedIn that mentioned the importance of honesty in change communications, it was only fitting to publish a separate article on this theme.
Recently, I asked internal communication professionals in my LinkedIn network to share their thoughts of what they thought was the 'most important factor to change communications'. I was overwhelmed with the quantity of responses and the great advice shared, so I thought I would combined all the quotes and break them down into categories in this article and in part 3 'Change comms: honesty is the best policy'.
"Change communications is often perceived as company meetings and roadshows, emails and messages sent with fact sheets and FAQs”. Indeed, these are activities that might be conducted in a change management project, but change communication can mean so much more than timely events and drip-fed messages.