A live Q&A activity is a great way to help participants feel more comfortable asking questions - especially in large rooms. Following these three points will ensure your first Q&A runs smoothly.

If you're looking for a step-by-step guide on how to setup a Q&A activity in FLUX, you can checkout our Getting Started guide. Just make sure you add the Q&A activity rather than the polling activity!

1. Ask your participants to sign in using your join URL (e.g. flux.qa/ABC123) before the session

This can be done via email or your learning management system and will save you time in the session. You can also send your participants a link to the Participating in Activities page.

2. Let participants know you can see who wrote each question

When working with a large enough group of participants, it's inevitable that someone will abuse the privilege of anonymity. To minimize this abuse, it can be a good idea to let your participants know that, while their questions will be anonymous to each other, you, as an instructor, will be able to track down who said what if you need to.

3. Test-run the whole process before the session

Before you run a Q&A session in your class, we recommend doing a quick run through of the whole process. That is, starting and stopping the FLUX session, switching between your slides and FLUX and, of course, reading and checking off questions from the Q&A Activity.

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