Conduct polls in Google Meet


  • When you create a poll in a live stream, it’s automatically available to both meeting participants and live stream participants. Hosts can't disable polls for live stream users.
  • You can't create, but can respond to polls on mobile devices.
Requirements to use polls in Google Meet.

Important: Polling in Google Meet is available to these Google Workspace editions:

  • Essentials
  • Business Standard
  • Business Plus
  • Enterprise Starter
  • Enterprise Essentials
  • Enterprise Standard
  • Enterprise Plus
  • Education Plus
  • Teaching and Learning Upgrade
  • G Suite Business
  • Nonprofits
  • Workspace Individual Subscriber

Tip: Workspace Admins can switch this feature on or off for their entire organization.

Respond to a poll

As a meeting participant, you can submit a response for a poll. 

You get a notification when the moderator starts a poll. Before the poll or meeting ends, submit your response. You’ll see the poll results if the meeting moderator makes them visible.

Important: When you respond to a poll anonymously, details are hidden from:

  • Other meeting participants
  • Moderators
  • Your Workspace Admin

Tip: Your response to a poll is shared in its entirety with Google. The poll is later anonymized or deleted, subject to our data retention policy.

In a meeting:

  1. Tap the screen and then Menu 
  2. Tap Activities  and then Polls.
  3. Tap your answer and then Vote.

Tip: After you click Vote, you can’t change your response.

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