Slido is a plat­form for inter­ac­ting with the audi­ence — both on site and digi­tal­ly. Slido can be used to crea­te sur­veys, ques­ti­ons and ans­wers, quiz­zes and word clouds.

Some of the advan­ta­ges of using Slido are:

Increased audi­ence enga­ge­ment: Slido enables pre­sen­ters to enga­ge with their audi­ence in real time, encou­ra­ging par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on and making the pre­sen­ta­ti­on more interactive.
Impro­ved feed­back: Slido allows view­ers to ask ques­ti­ons and give feed­back anony­mously. This leads to more honest and valuable feedback.
Real-time insights: Through live polls in real time, Slido offers insights into the opi­ni­ons, pre­fe­ren­ces and know­ledge gaps of the audience.
Inte­gra­ti­on with pre­sen­ta­ti­on tools: Slido can be inte­gra­ted into pre­sen­ta­ti­on tools such as Power­Point and Goog­le Slides.
Cus­to­miza­ti­on: Slido can be adapt­ed to cor­po­ra­te design.
Acces­si­bi­li­ty: Slido is acces­si­ble to tar­get groups with dif­fe­rent abili­ties and pre­fe­ren­ces. Sub­tit­les, key­board navi­ga­ti­on and color con­trast adjus­t­ments are offered.
Data ana­ly­sis: Slido pro­vi­des data ana­ly­sis and report­ing so pre­sen­ters can ana­ly­ze audi­ence par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on and feed­back after the event.
Over­all, Slido can impro­ve the audi­ence expe­ri­ence and make pre­sen­ta­ti­ons more enga­ging, inter­ac­ti­ve and effective.

You should con­sider using Slido if you want to inter­act through your pre­sen­ta­ti­ons and with your audi­ence. Impro­ve audi­ence reten­ti­on with Slido: When your audi­ence is enga­ged and actively par­ti­ci­pa­ting, they are more likely to retain the infor­ma­ti­on you present.