Live SMS engagement event/webinar

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Background

In these uncertain times and the recent restrictions to support social distancing, we have had numerous requests of how our EngagementHQ digital tools can be used to replace or mimic face-to-face engagement events.

Whilst many are familiar with how you can use our 8 digital engagement tools, there are many ways these tools can be used to support and increase online engagement, or to be used to host a 'digital event'.

This digital event/webinar is hosted by Anna Kelderman and Max Hardy.

We hope to showcase how easy this is to do, and perhaps you might consider this approach for an upcoming engagement.

Feature Tool

Led by Anna and Max, this webinar event (via Zoom) will focus on SMS, and how it can be integrated with our 'Quickpoll' and 'Guestbook' tools.

Experience firsthand what this looks like as a participant, and then join our small group discussions to explore this approach in more detail.

To get the full experience of this webinar, we will need your mobile phone number on registration. This will allow us to send you messages and questions to participate.

When

Friday 1 May at 11.30am (AEST)

What do I need to do?

Register and allocate time in your diary for the webinar.

If you have registered, join us via your Zoom meeting link.
If you have NOT registered, you can keep an eye on this page, as our SMS text activities will display the results on this page (please refresh)
You can also watch our short video (RHS) to see what this looks like from a users/participants perspective.

If you have a questions you can ask us here
If you would like more information about EHQ or SMS engagement you can book in a 1:1 demo here.

Agenda

  • Join via Zoom webinar
  • Introductions and welcome
  • SMS and Quick Poll activity
  • SMS and Guestbook activity
  • Small group discussions
  • Summary and close

This event has concluded.

A summary of the event is now available, click on the relevant tab below.

Background

In these uncertain times and the recent restrictions to support social distancing, we have had numerous requests of how our EngagementHQ digital tools can be used to replace or mimic face-to-face engagement events.

Whilst many are familiar with how you can use our 8 digital engagement tools, there are many ways these tools can be used to support and increase online engagement, or to be used to host a 'digital event'.

This digital event/webinar is hosted by Anna Kelderman and Max Hardy.

We hope to showcase how easy this is to do, and perhaps you might consider this approach for an upcoming engagement.

Feature Tool

Led by Anna and Max, this webinar event (via Zoom) will focus on SMS, and how it can be integrated with our 'Quickpoll' and 'Guestbook' tools.

Experience firsthand what this looks like as a participant, and then join our small group discussions to explore this approach in more detail.

To get the full experience of this webinar, we will need your mobile phone number on registration. This will allow us to send you messages and questions to participate.

When

Friday 1 May at 11.30am (AEST)

What do I need to do?

Register and allocate time in your diary for the webinar.

If you have registered, join us via your Zoom meeting link.
If you have NOT registered, you can keep an eye on this page, as our SMS text activities will display the results on this page (please refresh)
You can also watch our short video (RHS) to see what this looks like from a users/participants perspective.

If you have a questions you can ask us here
If you would like more information about EHQ or SMS engagement you can book in a 1:1 demo here.

Agenda

  • Join via Zoom webinar
  • Introductions and welcome
  • SMS and Quick Poll activity
  • SMS and Guestbook activity
  • Small group discussions
  • Summary and close

How could SMS be used in a community engagement process ?

We have been exploring how SMS messaging could be used as part of your overall engagement process.

Share you ideas and thoughts about how you might use it to send notification messages, ask a 'quick poll' question, or ask and open ended question. How else might you use this emerging technology?

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

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via SMS 3 months ago

Thank you. I will look forward to the recording as on another webinar

via SMS 3 months ago

To facilitate consultations with regional communities with unstable internet.

via SMS 3 months ago

SMS would be great, but MMS may be even better. Imagine people submitting images via telephone

via SMS 3 months ago

...okay I have a brilliant idea! What about free coffee for just about everyone.

via SMS 3 months ago

SMS will work really well to inform the community about upcoming projects and to close the loop on concluded consultations.

via SMS 3 months ago

SMS will work really well to inform the community about engagement outcomes once a project ends and moves into the next phase.

via SMS 3 months ago

I think SMS could be really good for understanding community feelings as a check in point for a project. Ie How do they feel about the draft XYZ infrastructure plan?

via SMS 3 months ago

To gather quick feedback for an event or other community activity where phone numbers were collected.

via SMS 3 months ago

I like the idea that it can be used to start off an engagement process. Gather high level feedback about a topic or issue and then use other tools (both offline and online) to continue the conversation.

via SMS 3 months ago

I can see that SMS will be really helpful from a promotions perspective, to ensure you're targeting relevant stakeholders, sorted by demographics, to engage.

via SMS 3 months ago

Check in on the health and wellbeing of the community during Covid-19, asking how they are and if they need support in anyway

via SMS 3 months ago

It could be used to reach parts of the community that may have bad or no internet available

via SMS 3 months ago