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50 Webex Polling Questions for your Next Meeting

50 Webex Polling Questions for your Next Meeting

Remote working has been a rising trend for a couple of years. Companies have realized the advantages of remote working, and the use of Apps like Webex make it more convenient for them and their employees to remain connected.

Studies suggest that Webex by Cisco had around 25 billion meetings minutes in April 2020, just when the culture of remote working started growing. And after that, it only had more growth in the corresponding year. But one of the biggest challenges of online conferences and virtual meetings is to make them engaging and meaningful. Hosts and meeting organizers keep on implementing different ways to do it.

The best way out is to ask questions from the attendees. Asking questions is a great way to open the doors to the other person's world. It helps the team members to understand each other and feel comfortable with each other. Polling is the best way to ask questions in a Webex meeting. This makes the sessions interactive and engaging and ensures that the meeting attendees don’t get bored or deviate and stay attentive.

With Live Polls in the Webex meetings, you can break the ice to start a conversation, collect meaningful ideas and thoughts of the attendees, gather and check their knowledge about different topics, and reach productive conclusions. This article will help you with 50 Poll Questions for various purposes that will help you use Polling to make your Webex meetings more engaging and valuable.

  1. Ice Breaker Questions
  2. Knowledge and Expertise Questions
  3. Decision Making Questions
  4. Company Feedback Questions
  5. Meeting Feedback Questions

Ice Breaker Questions

Polls are a fantastic way to break the ice. Ice breaker questions in any type of Polls build an interactive atmosphere in the meeting and help the attendees to make up their minds for what's coming next. When you hire new team members, Polls are a great way to break the ice for them and make them comfortable with the other meeting attendees.

Polls can be utilized at their best when you hire a whole new team for a new project. It will help the attendees know each other, feel comfortable with each other, and get a glimpse of the work in the project they will be doing together.

Ice Breaker questions can further be of different types and for various purposes like funny ice breaker questions, informative ice breaker questions, and ice breaker questions to know each other. Let's explore some icebreaker questions you can use in your Webex meetings for different purposes.

Funny Ice Breaker Questions

If you get a chance to have a superpower, what among these would you like to have?
  • Getting Invisible
  • Reading Minds
  • Be able to fly
  • To understand any language
  • Run on water and fire

If you get a chance to become a superhero, what would you like to become?

  • Spiderman
  • Batman
  • Superman
  • Shaktiman

If you had to have only one beverage for the rest of your life, what would that be?

  • Tea
  • Coffee
  • Bear
  • Shake
  • Another

Ice Breaker to Know Eachother

What is your dream destination where you haven’t been yet?

(Open-Ended Question)

Are you an early bird or a night owl?

  • Early Bird
  • Night Owl
  • Depends on the Day
  • None of These

If you are given the option of playing a sport for an entire day, what would that be?

(Open-ended question)

What would you like to do on an idle day at home?

  • Watching Movies
  • Watching a Match
  • Reading Books
  • Cooking and Eating different dishes
  • Contact old friends
  • Some other thing

Among the audience gathered today in the meeting, how many people do you already know?

  • Only 1 or 2
  • All of them
  • Most of them
  • No one among us

Informative Ice Breaker Questions

What is your level of understanding of the meeting agenda?

  • I am completely new to this
  • I just have a brief idea about the topic
  • I have basic knowledge or little experience of it
  • I am an expert

How enthusiastic are you about the topic?

  • Fully Excited
  • Feel good about it
  • Neutral
  • Not really interested in it

Knowledge and Expertise Questions

Whether you are starting a discussion about a new project or making your strategies to boost your ongoing work, it is crucial to know the level of knowledge of your attendees and ensure that everybody is on the same page. Polls are an effective way to check the understanding of your attendees.

You can create Poll Questions in Webex to know how much expertise your employees have for a certain task, project, and subject. This will help you get crucial information like which employee is most suitable for a specific job, which training most of your employees need to carry on certain tasks, and the overall understanding of your team members about the job.

Let's explore some questions you can use in your Webex meetings to check the knowledge and expertise of your attendees and make decisions accordingly.

From how much time are you associated with this project?

  • New to this project
  • Less than a month
  • Less than a year
  • More than a year

How familiar are you with the tools to be used in this project?

  • Expert
  • Somewhat Familiar
  • Not Familiar

How many languages are you proficient in among the four languages to be used with clients?

  • One of them
  • Two of them
  • Three among them
  • All of them

Do you know well about the goals of the project?

  • Yes, I very well know
  • I have a basic idea
  • No, I don’t know

What do you know about this project? Give a brief of 50 worlds in your own words.

(Open-ended question)

If you know a shortcut to the task in the project, but your manager is doubtful about it, what will you do?

What approach do you think you would apply while working on this project?
  • Hard Working approach
  • Smart Working Approach
  • Not Sure

Do you require any specific training on a formula or tool used in the project?

  • Yes
  • No
On a scale of 1 to 5, how do you rate yourself to have enough knowledge and understanding of the project? (Rating Question)

How comfortable are you with the project timelines or milestones achieved?

(Rating question)

Decision-Making Questions

Decision-making is a part of most online meetings. In Webex meetings, business professionals usually discuss and decide about the new strategies, plans, task allocation, and more! Organizing Polls in your Webex meetings is a great way to take the opinions of your team members.

Polls help you to take votes to know the choices of your attendees and select one among the available alternatives as per your attendees' opinions. In this way, you can make democratic decisions in your business. Let's explore some poll questions you can use to know your attendees' choices and make decisions accordingly.

Which marketing channel should we focus on the most?

  • Social Media Marketing
  • Email Marketing
  • Tele Advertisements
  • Other Modes

Which project should we prioritize this quarter?

(Names of the projects in the options)

Do you feel positive about merging with the [Team Name] Team to carry out our tasks more effectively

  • Yes
  • No
  • Can't say

Which team should be assigned with the discussed set of responsibilities?

  • Inventory Team
  • Order Management Team
  • Change Team

The project should be divided into how many milestones?

  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 8

What timeline do you think would be appropriate for this project?

  • 10 Months
  • 1 Year
  • 1.5 Years
  • 2 Years

What do you think we need to focus on the most to achieve more growth for the new product discussed?

  • Price
  • Quality
  • After Sales Service
  • Adding new features

From the campaigns discussed in the meeting, which of them do you think would be the best for our business?

(Campaign Options as per discussion)

Should we continue with the new cafeteria vendor hired for food?

  • Yes, I am satisfied
  • No, I am not satisfied
  • Don't know, never tried food from cafeteria

Should we continue with the new Company Transport Software that we used on a trial basis this month?

  • Yes, I am satisfied
  • No, I am not satisfied
  • Don't know, I haven't availed for company transport facility

Company Feedback Questions

You can also use Polls to collect feedback about your company, working conditions, managers, and processes. Here are some questions you can ask in your Live Polls during Webex meetings.

How likely are you to recommend this company to your friends as a great place of work?

(eNPS Rating Question 0 to 10)

How would you rate the experience working here up till now?

(Employee Satisfaction Rating Question)

Do you agree with the following statement? "I feel free to share my suggestions and ideas with my team and manager?"

  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neither Agree Nor Disagree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

Do you agree with the following statement? : "My hard work and loyalty are well recognized in my team and company."

  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neither Agree Nor Disagree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

How satisfied are you with the leave policies of the company?

(Employee Satisfaction Question)

How much do you agree that the HR helpdesk provides adequate support to resolve your queries and issues?

  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neither Agree Nor Disagree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

Do you agree that your manager supports you in your work and is a great mentor and leader?

  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neither Agree Nor Disagree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

How much do you agree that you are able to maintain a good work-life balance while working here?

  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neither Agree Nor Disagree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

Overall, how happy and satisfied are you with your job?

(Employee Satisfaction Question)

What one thing would you like to change about the company if you get a chance?

(Open-Ended Question)

Meeting Feedback Questions

You can also use polls to take feedback about the online meetings. With Live Polls, you can know the views of your attendees regarding any aspect of the sessions. Here are some Poll questions you can use in your Live Polls to see the feedback of your meetings:

Do you feel the meeting was helpful enough to clear your doubts and give a direction for the upcoming tasks?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Somewhat

Did you feel and engaged and excited throughout the meeting?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Somewhat

How would you rate this meeting experience?

(eNPS Rating Question 0 to 10)

Do you think that such meetings are helpful to decide the right strategies and make the best plans for the business?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Somewhat

Did you face any technical glitches while attending the online meeting?

  • Yes
  • No

Would you like to attend more meetings of this kind in the coming future?

  • Yes
  • No

Did you have to wait for the meeting to start even after the starting time of the meeting?

  • Yes
  • No

How would you rate this training session?

(Employee Satisfaction Rating Question)

How much do you agree that the online training session was as effective as offline office training?

  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neither Agree Nor Disagree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

What were the key takeaways of the meeting?

(Open-ended question)

For creating effective Live Polls, quizzes, and surveys to use in your online meetings, you can use Zonka for Webex and make your Webex meetings more interactive, useful, and effective.

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Published on Dec 13, 2021. Updated on Dec 14, 2021.



Nikhil Dawer

Written by Nikhil Dawer

Dec 13, 2021

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