Live-Ask

A one-stop solution for moderating discussions and Q&As.

Live-ask.com provides a simple, free, and real-time service for the audience to ask questions before and during panel discussions, conference presentations, meetups, and more. Think of Live-Ask as your one-stop solution for moderating discussions.

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Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊 Will check it out , could we have an Integration to Wordpress or GoDaddy website builder plugins ? 😊
Stephan DillyMaker@extrawurst · Founder at live-ask.com
@ayush_chandra Hey Ayush thanks for your feedback! Actually Live-Ask.com is free to use without any need to integrate it. Think Doodle for Q&As. Just create youre event, send the link/QR-code to your audience and keep discussions going :)
Krishna De@krishnade · Social business & live video strategist
Love this @extrawurst and especially the privacy feature. We don't have to worry about GDPR using you! 1. If you are the creator of the event is there a way to download the questions in case you want to go back and answer them post the event? 2. Also can an event be closed and ultimately deleted so that no one can add comments post the session? 3. Will events in the app be indexed in Google or does each page no-index no-follow tags?
Stephan DillyMaker@extrawurst · Founder at live-ask.com
Hi @krishnade, thanks for your positive feedback - really appreciated. Let me address your questions: 1) There currently is no direct download link in your event but contacting us via email allows you to get this information. The service is very new and this functionality is not directly integrated into the admin interface for event-organizers yet. 2) Absolutely. Events can have one of three states: Open (everyone can add questions and vote), Vote-Only (no questions can be added but voting is still allowed) and 'Closed' (which means the event is still accessible but not editable anymore. The event-creator can freely switch between these states, without restriction, opening up after accidentally closing it is no problem. 3) This was recently added. Version 1.13.3 uses those tags. So yes :) Let me know if you have any more questions or feedback. Cheers, Stephan