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My org is was supposed to have its annual meeting this month, now delayed for obvious reasons.
We are now planning to do it virtually.
Here are the requirements:
We want to feature a half-dozen or so speakers on video, plus a Powerpoint presentation. I expect that we'll have about 100 attendees. We need to record. The meeting will be open to the general public.
And finally, we need to have some mechanism for members to vote. Some attendees will be members, others not - so we need a way to make sure that only members vote, and that each member only votes once.
We use Google Suite, so we could use Google Meet, but I believe that the Pro version of Zoom will accommodate our needs better.
Does the voting have to happen at the exact moments of the meeting? Because if it doesn't, you could use SurveyMonkey, and require people to use their email address in association with their vote.
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
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