Ranking Question

A popular type of question asked at meetings and events is a ranking, or prioritisation, question.

A popular type of question asked at meetings and events is a ranking, or prioritisation, question. Increasing the number of responses a participant is allowed to select and applying a weighting to those choices (i.e. depending on the order in which they were submitted) enables a much deeper insight into the data.

  1. Add a new Multiple Choice question at the end of the presentation, using the following content;

    Please rank the following colours in terms of your favourite
    Red
    Orange
    Yellow
    Green
    Blue
    Indigo
    Violet

  2. Allow participants to select up to 7 choices
  3. Use the drop-down menu to set these to ranked in priority order
  4. Press OK
  5. Add another ranking question at the end of the presentation, allowing the audience to select 3 choices using the following question content;

    Please rank your top 3 aspects of this conference
    Interaction
    Networking
    Presentation content
    Workshops
    Q&A Sessions

  6. Change the Display Type to Breakdown Bars and press OK
  7. Go to slide 8 and note how the Vote Prompt is covering some of the question text
  8. Select the Title placeholder and decrease the font size to 40
  9. Go to slide 9 and instead of decreasing the font size, click on the right-hand side of the Title placeholder and make the box narrower (i.e. decrease the width), ensuring that no text from the question heading is covered by the voting prompt
  10. Go through the rest of your presentation ensuring that question text is not covered by the Vote Prompt
  11. Go into Slide Sorter view
  12. Check that your presentation slides match the screen shot below;
  13. Save your presentation

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