Are some of your attendees missing your event?
Ask them who should be the proxy in voting. That person will be able to vote for themselves and whomever they have proxy rights with.
Proxy voting is casting votes on behalf of another person or a group who may not be able to attend, a common example of this would be the regular absentee vote or ballot.
Proxy voting is available with Single Answer, Rating, Yes/No and NPS poll types.
As the admin, you'll be able to set this in the attendee section of the meeting.
1. In order to be able to use Proxy voting in MeetingPulse, you need to have some attendees uploaded first. Here's how you can upload attendees into your MeetingPulse meeting.
2. Once you have uploaded your attendees, you can set up proxy voting by clicking on More >> Proxy Rights, on your Attendees tab.
3. In the Proxy rights settings, click on the attendee whose vote you'd like to delegate and click on Select, to pick the delegate from the list.
You have now set up your proxy voting.
On the attendee view, the delegate will see a notification with the number of votes they have been delegated, The delegate attendee can answer the poll multiple times, and they can clear and update their answers as well.