Don’t Second-Guess Your Audience! Allow Them Speak Their Minds
An excellent audience research is incomplete without direct inputs from the audience themselves. Your audience’s genuine feedback could make all the difference in your meeting, providing you with vital pointers to steer your events in a productive direction. That’s because your audience may currently be worried about things other than what your preliminary research may have shown.
Open ended questions allow your audience to express themselves with high clarity and minimal influence compared to other types of survey questions like multiple choice questions or upvoting questions. It invites the audience to think for themselves, maximizing engagement rates.
Combine Open ended questions with other Types of Survey Questions for Richer Insights
All types of survey questions each have their pros and cons. But we can help you explore the best of both worlds. You can easily combine open ended questions with other question types in your presentation to gain insight.
For instance, you can ask open ended questions to follow up on multiple choice questions, asking your audience to elaborate on the reason behind their choices.
Keep the Floor Open – But Well-Moderated
One of the disadvantages of open ended questions is the heightened risks of getting derailed with answers that are not related to the subject at hand. However, Sendsteps removes this challenge by providing top-notch filter functions that enable you to block out distractions from the feedback.
The filter settings can help you find and remove embarrassing responses easily.
Where to use.
- Product presentation
- Project presentations
- Onboarding events
- Brainstorming team meetings
- Shareholder meetings
- Group classes