When you are in the middle of a presentation and discussion leads you to the need to poll a question on the fly - impromptu style - or, if you have missed a question that did not have an enumerated list on it, you can poll it as an impromptu.
You can change the number of choices, or leave it set to 10. Simply click the SNAP Advanced icon in the bottom left corner to access the impromptu Menu - if you have no team or filter question defined, you have a short window:
If a team poll or filter are defined, you will see a longer window:
To start the impromptu poll, click on the 'Impromptu' button on the control. The result graph for an impromptu poll will display generic choice labels (1,2,3, etc.).
When you poll an impromptu question, the program follows these rules:
- If you're on a slide that does NOT have a trigger, a trigger is inserted on THAT slide
- If you're on a slide that has an UNPOLLED trigger, a new slide with a trigger will be inserted BEFORE the current slide.
- If you're on a slide that has a POLLED trigger, a new slide with a trigger will be inserted AFTER the current slide.
These rules assure that an unpolled slide is never skipped over when an impromptu question is polled.