Bing Pulse

Bing Pulse
Koen Timmers

Educator - Author - Keynote speaker - Global Teacher Prize 2017 and 2018 finalist

Bing Pulse allows you to get real-time feedback from your audience during an event.

This tool offers educational opportunities in which educators can ask questions to their students. In my distance learning project once in every 3 months I do anonymous surveys to get to know how motivated my students are and what's their opinion about remote learning. Bing Pulse allows you to gather lots of data and filter it by gender, age and other criteria. 

Bing Pulse

Surf to http://pulse.bing.com and register. Click on the button "Try it for free" or navigate to https://pulse.bing.com/Producer/Login/CreateAccount

Fill in your name, email address, country, etc. Hit the button "Create Account". 

You can now choose your nickname

Fill in your account nickname and your url, by which your audience can visit your survey. Hit the "Save" button.

Click on "Create Pulse". 

You can now create your Pulse Event

Fill in the Event name, url, time and date, duration, number of participants and tags. 

Click at the Save button. 

You're now able to add Pulse Options. You're not obliged to do so, but it's recommended

By adding options, you're able to change the layout (adding banner). 

By adding the gender, age, education, etc from your audience you can later filter on these criteria. 

Don't forget to add The Real-Time pulse Voting, which will allow you later to gather data in real-time. 

You can also add Poll questions. 

After saving all settings and options you can visit your survey online: https://pulse.bing.com/app/koentimmers/poll

You're able to make your pulse live at all times. 

Visitors can vote...

... and add profile criteria.

As an administrator, you are able to visit the dashboard and gather all data. 

Need to know more? Take a look at https://vimeo.com/113511660

 

Bing Pulse How It Works from Bing Pulse on Vimeo.

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