As you can see, the main page on the scoring app makes the order of precedence for guesses accessible and obvious through use of the “>” symbols, and gives everyone clear sight of a timer at the top-right of the page.
The function of the main buttons is apparent. If a player answers a question correctly, you simply press “Correct”, if they pass press “Pass”, and if they get it wrong, you press “Wrong”. You should not use the Kill button, but in essence it just automatically passes 4 times. The "undo" button allows you to cancel the most recent input, which is useful if you accidentally click "Wrong" instead of "Pass", for example.
It is important to distinguish passes from wrong answers, since only the latter counts towards a player’s bonus attempts.
The player whose directed question it is has 30 seconds to answer, and they may ask for a repeat at any point in that time. Other players can only ask for a question to be repeated if they do so immediately. Please give people a warning 10 seconds before their 30 seconds is up. Full details on repeats are available here.
For bonus attempts, players get “a beat” or so to answer, which in the online context can be understood as about three seconds. If they don’t answer within that time, simply say “next” and the name of the next player in the order.
At the end of each round, please announce the scores and bonus attempts to all the players. While they can see them live if you are sharing the screen, this pause between rounds allows everyone to get ready and think about strategy.