No, there is nothing to download. Everything is URL based.
Yes, you can give the participants the option between logging in anonymously or by a name or nick.
Yes, if you want. Just ask participants to log in using a name or a nick. You can then identify and display individual results during a session, in addition to the aggregated results.
In the Dashboard (first page after logging into your account), open the desired Diggle and click “Sessions”. Here you will find your Session History for that particular Diggle. Choose “Download an excel report” or “Download images”.
Participants can join in two ways:
When finished making your Diggle, click “Run Diggle”.
Yes, this option is possible in the Advanced subscription.
Open the desired Diggle-session. For a live presentation of results, you can use either the mirror-view or presenter-view navigator. In mirror -view, move your mouse to the bottom of the screen to open “Results”. Click on any of the available displays for each particular exercise.
Not yet. Diggle has primarily been developed as a learning tool, not a presenter tool. We might consider making an integration in the future. Until then: you can toggle between a presentation and Diggle using your keyboard or save your slides as pictures and import them to the Info Screens.
When running a Diggle-session, the default setting is Mirror View. To choose Presenter View, move your mouse to the bottom of the screen and click the settings-button
Yes, no problem! On the Info screen template, you can embed any url-based videolink that is not beyond a firewall.
Yes, all exercises can be run in a self-paced mode. You can retrieve the results later to show as displays in front of an audience.
Yes! Diggle was born for running workshops. The different templates can be put together to run short or long workshops. We have templates for brainstorming, voting on ideas, open ended questions, in addition to the classical polling questions, multiple choice etc.
Yes! The Intro-template is made for adding different content like hyperlinks, embedded video, pictures and text.
You most certainly can! Ask questions and submit information in form of text, images and/or video and submit it to your audience via self-paced mode. Then start your training, meeting or event with a presentation of the input.
Diggle contains two main methods for showing live results during a session. We call these Navigators. Using the Mirror View navigator, what you see on your computer and what the audience see, is the same. You navigate through menus that activates when you move your mouse, and disappears after a second. This is the default setting. The Presenter View navigator gives you full control. Like in Power Point, you have two separate screens. One for showing results and a separate screen on your computer or tablet. From here, you have full control over progress, answers and displays, and choose only to share what you want, when you want.
Yes. You can use another computer or a tablet. We are currently working on a solution for using your smartphone. Stay tuned!
A Diggle refers to the content you have made and want participants to join. It might be a single question or a series of exercises. It might refer to a survey you have made, a brainstorm-workshop or a classroom course. Since Diggle have so many areas of use, we simply use “a Diggle” to avoid confusion.
Yes, you can add math formulas in any question field by using KaTeX.
Credit cards or invoice.
No. For Diggle Starter and Advanced, we only offer yearly subscriptions. If you really, really need Diggle only for a one-time event, such as a large conference or an event, please contact us at email@example.com
If you cancel within fourteen (14) days from the day you purchased and you have not ran any Diggle sessions, you will receive a full refund.
The subscription is automatically renewed annually. You may cancel any time under “Settings” in your Diggle account. If you cancel your subscription with time left on the billing period, you can still use Diggle until your account is terminated.
To make and run a Diggle you need a computer with an internet connection. Your audience can use any online device!
Diggle works with most browsers and is compatible with Mac and PC. We recommend using one of the following browsers:
Internet Explorer is not supported. We recommend you use Microsoft Edge.