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About MeetingPulse

MeetingPulse is a web-based event tool that helps you engage your audiences and teams better with real-time Q&A, polling, and brainstorming tools.

You can read about MeetingPulse's platform and get instructions in the useful articles on their help center.

Create your MeetingPulse

To create your MeetingPulse, go to MeetingPulse.net, and create your free account, then create a new meeting. After creating your meeting, copy the Attendee link.

Screenshot showing the attendee link in MeetingPulse.

Embed MeetingPulse in Webex Events

After copying your MeetingPulse link, you're ready to embed it in your Event App.

Add a MeetingPulse feature

If you'd like a dedicated feature in your Event App where folks can use the MeetingPulse, you can do so with the Web Link feature.

Simply add the Web Link feature to your Event App, edit it, and enter the URL that you copied in the previous step. Make sure you uncheck the 'Open link in external browser' box so the MeetingPulse will embed in your Event App's web version. You don't need to use the Pass Data to URL checkbox.

Screenshot of the Edit Web Link modal. A MeetingPulse link is entered and the external browser checkbox is unchecked.

⭐️ Keep in mind, you can change the feature name and icon to better reflect your MeetingPulse! On the Event App's Features page, click the Settings (⚙️) icon to change them.

Web App users access your content embedded in the Web App, so they can interact without leaving the Event App.

Screenshot of the Web App. A meeting pulse feature is visible.

Embed with a Custom Tab

If you'd like to use your MeetingPulse to receive audience feedback during live streams, you can add it to a Live Stream feature or an Agenda session. Read our article about Custom Tabs for more information.

When you create an Agenda session or Live Stream feature, expand the Attendee Engagement section, click the Enable Custom Tab toggle, and paste the MeetingPulse link into the Website URL field. Be sure to enter a Tab Name so attendees know what to expect when they click on the tab. Click Save Changes, and you're done!

Screenshot of the Edit Live Stream modal. The custom tab is enabled and a Meeting Pulse link has been entered.

Web version users access your MeetingPulse in a tab to the right of the live stream panel, so they can submit feedback without leaving the live stream or opening a new browser tab.

Screenshot of a live stream in the web app. A MeetingPulse custom tab is visible on the right.

Mobile App users can click the custom tab to launch the MeetingPulse in their device's default browser.

Now you know all about using MeetingPulse in your event!

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