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How to add images to your questions?
You can add .jpg, jpeg, png and .gif images including animated .gifs to one of your questions. Here we uploaded an example of the Fifa 2018 Worldcup logo, aside on a question who your audience will think will win.
As you can see, there are 2 additonal options for each question,
A. Allignment - do you want the image to be visible left (default), or right of your question result chart?
B. Do you want to show your image also on the smartphones? Remember, each image on your audiences smartphones costs time and wifi / 4G or other data resources. If you have a special question with a image that must be visible on the audience voting devices, you can uncheck the checkbox "Hide the image on audience devices."
Prepare for success
If you want to add images to your questions, make the following short check list to be more successfull.
- Most of the time your images are presented on a beamer. A resolution of 1024x800 is more than enough, and we advice to upload 800x600 max. (~100Kb to 300Kb). Don't try to upload your full ultra large digital camera or latest smarpthone picture with 5000x3000 pixels (5Mb). Why not? It's slower to load, and on a beamer nobody will notice the difference. Resize your image / prepare your images before uploading.
- If you are adding a series of questions with images, try to make them the same image size, so it looks more consistent and professional for your audience.
It is possible, upload your video to your favourite website (Youtube, Vimeo or Facebook), remember the URL and Want video? You can use html video embed tags in your question. Also the <br/> or <strong> tags are allowed.
Here's an example you can copy and paste in your question setting.
After seeing this video, what is your opinion about the city Breda?
<iframe width="320" height="160" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/FAW8rfVPnh0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>
Bandwidth: is it really necessary to show the image to your audience smartphone device? Here's is an example how it looks like. But remember if you have 500 users in your audience, and the images is not really important for your question, you might be stressing your local conference wifi network. (And the image is also visible on the main presentation screen).