What is Slido?

Slido (pronounced as Sly-doh) is an easy-to-use Q&A and polling platform for live or remote meetings, events, classes, and webinars. Event planners can set up a Slido event in less than a minute while all the participants need to join the conversation is a simple event code or link

There's no need to download anything, the audience just use their smartphone, tablet or laptop connected to the internet to participate. 

Slido is a great way how to engage your audience. It allows event organizers to: 

  • Crowdsource top audience questions 
  • Maximize the Q&A time by letting people vote up their favorite questions
  • Engage participants with live polls and quizzes
  • Collect instant feedback with surveys
  • Brainstorm ideas with upvotes about selected topic

Whether the participants are present in the room or joining remotely via a videoconferencing tool or a live stream, they can send their questions or vote in polls instantly. Event organizers can moderate incoming questions so they have full control over what is being displayed on the presentation screen, as well as activate polls and ideas topics.

Slido work best for:

  • Company meetings like Townhalls, All-hands, stakeholder events
  • Team meetings and brainstorming sessions
  • Conferences and other events
  • Classes
  • Training sessions

Want to try Slido out? Sign up and you can create as many events as you like even with a free version: 


Useful information and FAQs: 

  • Maximum number of participants
    Most of our plans allow up to 1,000 participants to join an event, 500 is the maximum number if you're using the free Basic plan. They can ask unlimited questions, send unlimited upvotes, and vote in polls. With our highest plans (Premium, Enterprise, Institution) up to 5,000 people can be part of an event. 
  • Is Slido a videoconferencing tool? 
    Slido helps driving interaction during all types of events but doesn't offer a videoconferencing feature. You can use Slido for remote meetings with any of the existing services such as Zoom, Google Hangouts, Google Meet, Webex, and others.


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