Sli.do is an audience interaction platform for that will be used during the Forum to provide an engaging experience between panel members and in-house participants. It allows the Forum organisers to crowd-source top questions for Q&A sessions and get instant feedback via live polls in real-time.
Sli.do’s focus is on simplicity, a web base app with no download required where participants can join from any device with just one simple code.
Since its foundation in 2012, Sli.do has helped to transform over 12,000 events in 100 countries by engaging tens of thousands of participants. Sli.do has been adopted by a number of renowned conferences and has worked with high-profile clients, and will be used during the Fundamental Rights Forum 2016.
Animated video about Sli.do showing how it works.
How to use Sli.do
During the Forum, the moderators will ask in-house participants to get involved.
The Sli.do web app promises a truly engaging and interactive experience in real-time.
It requires no download and it works on any device.
To use it:
- Visit slido.com
- Enter hashtag #rightsforum16
- Add the access code which will be provided at the conference
- Type in your question or join the live polls using the corresponding Questions or Polls tab.
All polls and questions submitted to Sli.do are anonymous.
The Agency does not require participants to submit personal data.
In case participants provide their personal data when submitting a question, please be aware that the content might be publically displayed during the event. It is strongly recommended that you do not provide any personal data when submitting questions.
However, in case you do so then please be informed of the measures in place when handling such data.
The processing of personal data entered on the Slido App, used for real time polls and to collect questions from the audience, is subject to the protection policies established by Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data.
See the Data Protection page for more details and also the related Information Note for data subjects when using the Slido app.