The most common question type is Multiple Choice, in which participants can choose between several options that you provide. You probably already know much about this type of question, since it has been widely used for surveys.

Multiple Choice is suitable when you already know what options you want the participants to vote on, i.e. you want your audience to choose only from a few pre-defined options.

Create a Multiple Choice question

This is how you create a Multiple Choice question with Mentimeter:

  1. Create a new slide

  2. Choose Multiple Choice question

  3. Fill in your question

  4. Enter answer options

That's it!

Add images to your Multiple choice options

If you want to add multiple choice options that are difficult to translate into text, or to get feedback on graphical elements, you can add images to your options.

Simply click the image icon next to the options to add an image. You can upload your own images or select images from the Unsplash and Giphy libraries.

Get a vote on your Multiple Choice question

This is how the presentation looks like when you get a vote on your Multiple Choice question:

More: voting on Multiple Choice questions here.

Additional functionality

There are some other options for customizing your Multiple Choice question.

Change result layout

Choose to show your results as Bar Chart, Donut Chart, Pie Chart, and Dots.

Extra settings

  • "Show correct answer(s)" can be selected to indicate that some of the answers are correct (and others not!). When presenting, you can show which options that you have marked as correct.

  • Show the results in percentage or in exact number of votes. You can also switch between percentage and numbers by clicking on the charts in the presentation view.

  • Allow the audience to vote on more than one option, and then decide the maximum number of options. This is commonly known as checkboxes in surveys.


If you have several Multiple Choice questions in your presentation, you can segment the votes according to the results from another question.

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