Hide results

Hide results

Avoid biased results by hiding the results in your presentation

You can hide the results from the screen so that they don't influence people who haven't answered

Hide results from the Edit View

  1. Select a slide you want to hide results.
  2. Open the 'Content' tab
  3. Check the box 'Hide results' 
To hide or unhide the result for all questions, click the “Hide results on all slides” button.

Hide results from the Presentation View

You can also hide the results during your presentation:

  1. Open the Presentation Menu
  2. Click on the "Hide results"

To show the results again, go back into the menu and click on "Show results".

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