Adding Animated GIFs, Stickers, and Emojis to Questions
You can add Animated GIFs from Giphy's Animated library to add more fun and dimension to your experiences. With just a few clicks you can add:
- A hilarious meme
- A famous scene from a movie
- An animated celebrity or political figure
- Cartoons from famous movies (e.g. Elsa from Frozen)
To add a GIF, go to the Experience Dashboard, then go to the blue Question(s) Setup tab, and select the question tab of the question you want to add a video to. Look for the Add Giphy GIF with a video camera icon to the right of the multiple choice answers.
Choosing a GIF
Once you click on Add Giphy GIF a blue pop-up box with a search bar and examples of animated GIFs will show up. You can either choose one of the GIFs or you can also search for a particular one. For this example, we are searching for a "Disney princess" GIF to add to our trivia question.
Once you've clicked on your desired GIF, it will automatically be added to your question and will display to the left of the answer choices on the Projector View.
Viewing the Animated GIFs on the Projector View
Once you've successfully added a GIF to the question, it will be displayed on the Projector View whenever that particular question is displayed. GIFs are displayed next to the various answer options for your entire crowd to see.
Viewing the GIF on the Mobile View
Your animated GIF question will also be shown on every participant's mobile device on the Mobile View of your Poll or Trivia Game. In case you're not using the Projector View, your participants will still see the GIF on their devices and is shown above the answer options.
Removing a GIF from a Question
If you wish to change a GIF or no longer want to have a GIF on a question, simply remove it on the Experience Dashboard by clicking on the red Delete button with the trash icon next to the GIF in the Add GIF section.
Other Helpful Links
- Adding Music and Videos to Questions using YouTube
- Adding Stock Images to Questions
- Uploading Your Own Images to Questions