Frequently asked questions

How do I share my MeetMoji on Zoom, Teams or another online meeting platform?

It’s pretty simple, just like sharing a PowerPoint presentation or Google Slides, but with MeetMoji, you can launch your MeetUp directly from your web browser, bringing it to full screen with a single click, and then effortlessly share it on any meeting platform for a seamless and engaging experience.

  1. Open Your Web Browser: Since MeetMoji is a web-based platform, you’ll start by opening your favorite web browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
  2. Navigate to MeetMoji: Go to the MeetMoji website or the specific page where you can access the MeetUp feature.
  3. Prepare Your Meeting: Depending on what you want to present, you may need to set up or customize your meeting within the MeetMoji interface. This could include uploading documents, arranging slides, or any other preparatory steps.
  4. Click Launch: Instead of a “present” button like in PowerPoint or Google Slides, you’ll click “launch” in MeetMoji. This action will bring your MeetUp into full screen, ready for your presentation or meeting.
  5. Share Your MeetUp: With your MeetUp in full screen, you can then share it on any meeting platform. This could mean sending a link or using built-in functionality in a tool like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or another platform to share your screen with attendees.
  6. You’re Good to Go: Once you’ve followed these steps, you should be all set to conduct your meeting or presentation using MeetMoji.

How do participants engage during a presentation?

Participants in your MeetMoji presentation can effortlessly engage through a dedicated web page, accessible in various convenient ways. They can follow a direct link, scan a QR code, or simply go to the website and enter an 8-digit code. This flexibility ensures that joining the meeting is as easy as possible. What’s more, MeetMoji works seamlessly on both desktops and mobile devices, allowing everyone to participate without the need to download or log in to an app. Whether they’re in the office or on the go, attendees can focus on the content and collaboration, knowing that connection to your meeting is hassle-free and smooth.

Is all engagement anonymous?

At MeetMoji, we embrace anonymous engagement as a way to foster a more open and participatory environment. By not requiring users to log in or share personal information, and designing our Polls, Word Clouds, Open Feedback, and emoji responses to be anonymous, we create a space where everyone feels free to express their thoughts and opinions. The only time identification is an option is when submitting a question, and even this is completely optional. This commitment to anonymity encourages more participation from your audience, as they can engage without concern for their privacy or identity. It’s a thoughtful approach that puts the focus on content and collaboration, helping to create a more inclusive and dynamic meeting experience.

How do I control MeetMoji when I’m presenting during a meeting?

When you launch your MeetUp through MeetMoji, a meeting control center will appear at the bottom of your screen. (see how it works here)

This control center offers a range of tools and features, allowing you to manage various aspects of your presentation:

  1. Navigate Between Scenes: Within the control center, you’ll find options to navigate between different scenes or sections of your MeetUp. This gives you flexibility to move through your presentation in a way that suits your audience and your content.
  2. Question Management: The control center will alert you if anyone has submitted a question, allowing you to address queries as they come in and engage directly with your audience.
  3. QR Code & Meeting Participant Code: You can easily bring up a QR code and a meeting participant code. This makes it simple for attendees to join or engage with specific content, whether they’re scanning the code with a mobile device or entering the code on the web.
  4. Questions and Emoji Response Toggle: You have the ability to turn questions and emoji responses on or off at any time. This gives you control over the level of interaction and feedback during your meeting, letting you choose when to open up for questions or reactions and when to focus solely on your content.

The control center is designed to keep essential functions readily accessible, providing a seamless and intuitive experience for both you as the presenter and your audience. By centralizing these controls, MeetMoji makes it easy to manage your MeetUp, ensuring a smooth and engaging presentation.

Do I have to upload all my content to MeetMoji?

While MeetMoji does offer the convenient option to upload content such as Microsoft Office Docs, PDFs, or videos, it’s entirely optional (see a step by step guide on uploading a ppt in to your MeetUp here). In fact, you can also embed these documents in a MeetUp using a link that you control access to on your corporate infrastructure. This flexibility ensures that you have the best of both worlds, allowing you to choose the method that fits your needs, all while maintaining security and control. It’s just another way MeetMoji caters to your unique presentation requirements.

Learn More: How to work with Scenes here

Do I need to use MeetMoji for everything I plan to present?

That is completely up to you! You can use your MeetUp for something as simple as running a single poll or for presenting and managing everything during your meeting. It really depends on your specific use case. For instance, if you rely heavily on PowerPoint presentation notes and prefer to navigate your slides in a non-linear fashion, we would recommend switching between your PowerPoint slides for your presentation and using MeetUps for everything else. MeetMoji provides the flexibility to adapt to your needs, whether you want to integrate it partially or fully into your meeting process.

Can I embed other web applications in my MeetMoji presentation?

Yes, embedding other web applications in MeetMoji is entirely possible, thanks to a MeetUp component called ’embed.’ In this component, you can paste in the URL of any embeddable website or insert an embed code directly. If the website is embeddable, a preview will appear, allowing you to see how it will look in your MeetUp if not you will get a sad face ☹️ which will be your indication it is not an embeddable website. Assuming your website is embeddable when you launch your MeetUp, you’ll be able to navigate the embedded application seamlessly when you reach the scene that contains your application. This feature adds yet another layer of versatility to your presentations, enabling you to incorporate a wide range of web-based content directly into your MeetMoji experience.

Is it possible to incorporate non-embeddable websites into a MeetMoji presentation?

Yes, incorporating non-embeddable websites into a MeetMoji presentation is entirely achievable. MeetMoji offers a special ‘web’ component where you can provide a link to the website you’d like to showcase. Upon doing so, the platform will attempt to generate a screenshot of the website, or you have the option to upload your own screenshot. This is particularly useful for sites that might be inaccessible or for links that you want to conceal behind other images.

When you reach the scene containing the ‘web’ component during your presentation, simply click on the image, and the linked website will open in a new tab in your browser. Your MeetMoji presentation will continue in another tab, just minimized, while you display the other live website. When you’re done, simply switch back to the MeetMoji tab and click ‘Full screen’ to continue your presentation where you left off. This feature offers a seamless way to integrate various web content, even when direct embedding is not an option, adding another layer of flexibility to your MeetMoji presentations.