If you check the Message Center in the Office 365 admin portal, Microsoft announced that the Pulse service is no longer available as a free service but as an exclusive service for Skype for Business Broadcast Meetings. Microsoft Pulse allows for interactive voting, surveys, and polls to be conducted during a meeting for attendee interaction. This interaction keeps the attendee engaged and allows the meeting administrators live information on the audience reaction. When creating a Skype Broadcast Meeting, there is a new option to include the Microsoft Pulse app in the meeting. Let’s take a quick look on how to create a Microsoft Pulse and how to add it to a Skype Broadcast Meeting.
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