If you are the owner or admin of a Mentimeter team, you can customize how your team is set up. Select "Your team" in the side menu to see all the options.
At the top of the page, you can see how your team is performing. The metrics include the current number of members, the total number of presentations created by all members and the votes received on these presentations. Note that any activity from individual users before they join the team is not included in the metrics.
In the general settings, you can adjust:
Default theme for new presentations
Here, you can select a theme that will be used as default for new presentations created by anyone in your team.
Who can create new themes
If you want to restrict the team members to only use themes created by an admin, instead of creating their own themes, you can use this setting. All users will however still have access to themes that Mentimeter provide.
Disable possibility to share presentation results
After participating, the audience can choose to access the presentation results. This setting can be turned off for individual presentations, but here you can choose to disable it for all presentations created by anyone in your team.
You can always invite new members by sending them a personal invitation. In the Join settings, you can restrict the invited person to use Mentimeter with the exact same email address as you sent the invite to.
Create a page where members can join
Instead of sending personal invitations to all team members, you can create a page where they can join. Then, you can simply share the URL to that page to people you'd like to invite. Every person joining through this page needs to verify their email address.
When setting up the page, we recommend that you add your email domain(s) to ensure that only people working at your company can join.
At the bottom of the page, you have a searchable table of all members, with individual statistics. From here, you can downgrade a member, cancel sent invitations, and export the table with all data. You can also change the role of members to give them admin rights.
Single Sign-On (SSO)
If your team has set up SSO, you can see the settings on this page. If you're interested in enabling SSO for your team, please contact us at email@example.com.