A simple system for creating multiple-choice questions for an audience to answer on their phones. Responses are tallied and displayed in real-time. https://openquestion.netsyms.com
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README.md

OpenQuestion

A simple system for creating multiple-choice questions for an audience to answer on their phones. Responses are tallied and displayed in real-time.

Demo: https://openquestion.netsyms.com/

Installation

  1. Install Apache, PHP 7, and a database (MySQL, but others will probably work too).
  2. Run composer install.
  3. Import database.sql into your database.
  4. Copy settings.template.php to settings.php and plug in your settings.