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Experiment with Slido using Labs

Slido Labs is a playground that allows you to try and test experimental features in Slido. We created Slido Labs to give you the opportunity to test some of our features in advance. We’d love to hear your feedback on those so we can give you the best experience possible.

💡Please keep in mind that all features here may change or even disappear at any time

Inside this article:

Turn on an experiment

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Select Slido Labs
  3. Choose which experiments you wish to try

 

Experiment: Recent questions by default

This feature helps the audience in seeing all new incoming questions on participant devices chronologically, with the most recent one on top. Hence, users are not biased by seeing the top voted questions first and new questions can receive attention as well.
 

🚀If needed, the list of most popular questions is just one tap away

 

Experiment: Profanity filter

This feature is especially helpful for solo presenters or at events without moderation, as it filters out all submissions which include inappropriate words. We understand that such submissions can disturb the Q&A flow and cause embarrassment, so we want to help you in avoiding that. Everything happens automatically in the background so there is no action required from the presenter. The profanity filter currently supports only English.

 

Experiment: Comments filter

This feature is especially helpful for solo presenters or at events without moderation, as it filters out all submissions which are not actual questions. We understand that such submissions can disturb the Q&A flow, so we want to help you in avoiding that. Everything happens automatically in the background so there is no action required from the presenter. The comments filter currently supports only English.

💡Please keep in mind that the Profanity and Comments filter supports only English.


Past experiments

This section consists of experiments which aren't part of Slido Labs anymore. This means that they've either been released to the product, or we decided not to implement them.

Past experiment: Unread questions

⭐ This feature has been made a default part of Slido

This feature helps the audience in discovering new submitted questions, which speeds up the overall navigation during a Q&A session. In other words, without having to read questions again, the participant can simply visually recognize the new ones.
 
New questions are highlighted in yellow on participant devices and once the participant sees them, their color turns back to white.


Want to share your feedback?

We are excited to hear your feedback on any of these experiments. Feel free to share your experience with your Slido representative or email us at support@slido.com.


Have your own ideas?

Please share your ideas for other Slido experimental features directly in Slido Labs or email us at support@slido.com. Thank you.