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Slido is great to use for live meetings, whether in person or via video conference; we mostly use this for Zoom meetings. You can use the different features at different times in your meeting: I love to start our All Hands meetings with a word cloud or a poll of some kind, and as people are joining via zoom it gets people feeling excited and connected even before we've started. It also gives us something fun to talk about while we're waiting for everyone to arrive and for the meeting to start. You can do a poll halfway through to keep people engaged, and then a poll at the end to see how you did, or maybe use the Q&A to see what questions come up without having the awkward zoom silence when you ask if anyone has any questions. I don't think this is helpful in smaller meetings, where people likely feel more comfortable interacting directly and asking questions verbally.
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This software is ideal for companies of all sizes who wish to recruit qualified personnel in a simple and uncomplicated way. For our company, it has been a great help and has made the selection process more efficient and has provided us with qualified personnel.
Read full review Pros The Slido overview is very helpful for us to understand the engagement level of our audience during the meeting. The multiple options to get feedback, answers, to interact with the audience (i.e., Live poll, Audience Q&A). The templates library is brilliant! The possibility to answer and ask to questions and provide feedback anonymously. Read full review It has live video interviews in front of a jury, which allows us to ask the interviewee customizable questions that the program also throws them by default. It also has integrations with social networks to expand the search for ideal candidates for our vacancies, as well as integrations with software such as a greenhouse, Gmail, daxtra, and more, to improve its functions. It allows us to view the candidates' profiles in an organized way so that we can monitor their progress in the selection process. Read full review Cons Pricing Model - free version is quite limited and the package prices can be more attractive for SME companies User Interface Complexity - the UX in the backend is good, but sometimes I am confused to find a specific function Real time translation would be great in terms of accessibility Read full review The platform allows affiliation to events or job fairs, but its number of events is very minimal for what we need. Its learning curve may be a bit high, but it is worth getting to know the software in-depth, as it is very useful and provides us with great candidates. For the high learning curve, they need a little more support material, guides, and tutorials, for its correct use. Read full review Support Rating
The communication I've had directly from Slido was very professional and sets an excellent impression for the tone of the company.
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It's as simple as just Microsoft Word Visual Basic. We used to use that. Just a lot more cumbersome with the program and setup. Can be buggy depending on the browser operating system that you're running it on. Nothing specific for surveys. This was the first one we got that's officially for a survey that I know of. I've been there for about five years.
Read full review Return on Investment It helps us keep participants' attention during online workshops, which can be long and tiring. Slido is a lightweight – it doesn't take forever to load – and intuitive tool, which has been encouraging user participation. The learning curve of the tool is very low, which does not discourage users. Read full review It is much easier to recruit personnel thanks to this software. It is a little uphill to learn, so at first, we had trouble adapting to it, but it has powerful tools such as cv search engines, which make the recruitment process is done in record time, greatly improving our performance. Read full review ScreenShots