When you're setting up your Experience, adding questions, uploading custom logos, etc. you may want to check out how your Experience is going to look from your crowd's perspective. Crowdpurr makes that easy to do.
You can test or "dry run" your experience as many times as you want by opening the mobile-client by yourself, with co-workers, or a test audience and running through your Experience. You can open up the mobile client on an actual mobile device (e.g. your mobile phone, your tablet, etc.) or you can open up the mobile client on your desktop computer or iMac. All devices are supported.
To open the mobile client, do one of the following:
On Your Desktop:
This is probably the easiest way to test your Experience while still working in the Experience Dashboard. Simply click on the "Crowd URL" link that is shown on the Experience Dashboard. This is the URL (uniform resource locator) or hyperlink to your Experience. This is a shortcut link for testing your Experience that opens the mobile-client in a new regular browser tab on your desktop computer. You can detach the tab and resize the browser window to make it smaller to "simulate" how the Experience will look on smaller mobile devices. You can then have it open along with your Experience Dashboard. During your actual event, your crowd will access your Experience using the below "Mobile Device" instructions.
On Your Mobile Device:
Open up your mobile browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome, etc.) on your mobile device (e.g. smartphone, tablet, etc.) and in the URL field, type in "crowd.live". You will then be asked to "Enter A Code". Simply enter the five-digit Experience Code from the Experience Dashboard. In this example, our code is FBGDR (as shown on the Experience Dashboard).
Starting Your Experience & Following Along On The Mobile Client
You're now ready to follow along and test run your "Experience" using the mobile-client. Start your Experience on the Experience Dashboard (see below articles for more help on this).
As you execute your Experience the mobile client you have open will update with the "Active Question", allow you to answer, and show various settings that you set on the Experience Dashboard (like Show Correct Answer).
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