In a meeting vote, the vote administrator presents one question at a time and can add or edit questions during the vote.
Real-time vote counts are available to the administrator and monitors and can also be displayed to voters if desired.
Once the vote is closed, a digitally signed results file is generated.
The difference between a regular vote and a meeting vote
In a standard vote, all the questions are prepared in advance and the ballot is distributed to voters, who then vote on all the questions at once.
In a meeting vote, voters respond to one question at a time, and it is possible to add or modify questions during the vote.