Conduct a poll during a video meeting

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In Google Meet, a moderator can create polls for participants to vote on. During the meeting, participants get a notification about the poll and can submit a response. After the meeting, the moderator gets an email report with the poll results, which includes the names and answers of the participants.

Important: To launch or respond to polls, use the web version of Meet.

Create a poll as a moderator

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  1. From a video meeting, at the top, click Activities ""and thenPolls.
  2. Click Start a poll
  3. Enter a question and add options for the poll.
  4. Choose an option:
    • To post your poll, click Launch.
    • To save your poll so you can launch it later, click Save.

    Tip: Find saved polls under Polls.

Moderate a poll

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  1. From a video meeting, at the top, click Activities ""and thenPolls.
  2. To let participants see a poll’s results, turn on Show everyone the results.
  3. To close a poll and not allow responses, click End the poll.

    Tip: Participants can still view the poll.

  4. (Optional) To permanently delete a poll from your list of polls, click Delete "".

Submit a response as a participant

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  1. From a video meeting, at the top, click Activities ""and thenPolls.
  2. Select your response and click Vote.

    You can’t change your response.

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