A system and method for voting via video conference are disclosed. The system is organized by meeting IDs, voting is done by joining a meeting ID to vote on a matter. The system is implemented via an application interface. When voting, each participant will move from the “Waiting” to the “Voted” section in the current task interface, without revealing what they voted for. Participants can click an eye icon to peek at what other people have voted, after voting. Once voting is done, a checkmark is clicked by a participant, which reveals the scores in bar graph style. The system calculates the winning score (in green) or conflicting scores (in red) if the votes were too far apart. The system is versatile and offers features such as change of voting scale, import and export of voting results, “moderator” and “spectator” users with specified rights, and robot login to allow monitoring.

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