How to Vote with Slido
We will use Slido polls at the assembly where we would have used "voice voting" or "card voting" at an in-person assembly. We will also use Slido for the last four ballots for the bishop election.
On the day of each assembly plenary, you will receive an email from Julie Lewis with the subject line, "Slido Assembly Voting." Slido works best on your mobile device, so open that email on your phone (or tablet). You will see a link to take you to Slido.
The first Slido screen will ask you to enter your email address (to make sure you are a registered voting member of the assembly). Please enter the email address that you used to register for the assembly.
Click the checkbox, then click the green "Join event" button.
If you receive an error message, please be sure you are using the email address that you registered with for assembly. Check the address in your email from Julie Lewis. Try to enter your email address again, being very careful not to make a typo.
The next screen will ask you to check your email on your phone for a message from Slido (and look for an access code, but you won't need the access code!!).
The email from Slido will look like the image below. You can ignore the access code and just click the link that says "Join the event."
If you don't see the email from Slido, please check your spam or junk folder.
The Slido page will look like the image below when there are no active polls.
When Bishop Clements opens voting on a motion, the page will look something like the image below.
Click on your choice, then click the green Send button.
Then just keep this window open so you are ready for the next opportunity to vote.
Slido Test Vote
If you'd like to test a vote on Slido, registered voting members can vote on a test poll anytime before our third plenary session on Friday, June 17. Click this Slido link to log in and test vote.