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As I haven't researched the possibilities for this, can a poll be created so that only the author can see the results?1 vote
Yes. You’re not required to display the chart or results in order for a poll to receive responses.
When I edit a poll and press enter, I want to go back to the list of polls I came from and not to run the poll2 votes
When the polls are in a group and a survey is made, I cannot change the order of the questions. It would be nice to be able to order the questions as I would like them to be asked.2 votes
This is already possible by hovering your mouse over a poll on the “my polls” page. You will see a double arrow icon appear to the left. Click on the arrow and drag the poll to where you would like to put it.
I'm having problems getting results to appear on my sample poll... what does a successful tweet, etc actually look like? A few screen shots would really reduce my frustation... Seeing how to do things right is a big help.1 vote
Check out the user guide at www.polleverywhere.com/user-guide. You’ll see a section titled “How to Vote” which will help (It even has screenshots).
You should be able to save the custom appearance you create for a poll and it should be an option that is available to all your polls. This way you don't have recreate the design on each poll.1 vote
Great idea! We actually already support this by allowing you to set a template poll. More info here: http://www.polleverywhere.com/faq#visual-settings
Develop free demo webinar for educators to ask real-time questions about polling features and class application.2 votes
Thanks for your suggestion. Great news – we offer weekly Poll Everywhere webinars now! Sign up here:
When people respond via twitter you get their l;ive response posted twice!1 vote
Can you add pictures, happy face, sad face, and flat line face to answers to support students with special needs?1 vote
You can upload images as multiple choice options! More info here: http://blog.polleverywhere.com/its-what-you-wanted-image-support-math-equati
I'm trying to use this as a form of assessment, and I'd like to include multiple choice questions with as many as 4 options (A, B, C, D). Is there a function that allows me to do that?1 vote
Duplicate thread. Please refer to https://polleverywhere.uservoice.com/forums/1616-educators/suggestions/2782879-how-do-i-do-4-multiple-choice-options-
How do I do 4 multiple choice options?1 vote
Format your questions in the create new poll text field by first entering your question, then a question mark, followed by your options separated by commas.
What is your favorite color? blue,green,yellow,black
(You can copy paste that in if you like!)
IF you’d like to add more options after converting a free text to multiple choice or to an existing multiple choice, simply type in the next option text in the bottom box (Text, Image URL) and click add.
When I'm in class and going from Poll to Poll, I would love to just be able to click a link to take me to the next Poll in my progression, rather than constantly going back to the main Poll page. This would be quicker, and it would allow me to hide the upcoming questions, as the students will only be able to see one Poll question at a time.1 vote
Great idea! This is currently possible in a few ways.
The first (which applies directly to your request) is the “Previous Poll” and “Next Poll” links you’ll see below the “Share and Publish” menu at the bottom right, when viewing a poll. These links can be used to navigate between your polls without the need to return to the My Polls page.
The second method is to embed your polls in a PowerPoint presentation. This is how many of our business users choose to display their polls, as they are integrating them with other content and don’t want to display the website’s “account controls.” (Note: For Mac users you’ll need to use the Mac Presenter Application as a stand alone presentation tool or to integrate with PowerPoint for Mac or Keynote.)
You should be able to clear all polls in a group with one click. This would be very beneficial for teachers who teach multiple classes of the same subject to clear the polls from the previous class.1 vote
You can already do this via the “My Polls” screen. Simply slelect the polls you’d like to clear with the check boxes and then click the “clear results” button at the top.
Our school recently stopped using PowerPoint and moved to all open source. This year we are using Open Office, next year we will move to Libre. It would be great if you can make your slides downloadable to the Open Source versions of PowerPoint.2 votes
We actually have found a solution described here:
Most question are usually three tier consider three standard and then add on another with continueing1 vote
There is no limit to the number of options you can add on a Multiple Choice Poll. Simply, type additional text into the third box and click “add” to add an additional option.
It would be nice if you could specify an url where your users would be redirected after they submit their answer using private link.
This feature would be also used if you want students to answer different poll in a sequence (the submit url would be the private link of another poll in this sequence)1 vote
We have a great way to accomplish that using Survey Views and appending /intro! Check it out!
Example -- set a format such as background color, number of times ppl can respond, and copy formatting to the next questions1 vote
You can now copy formatting from one question to others by using the “Edit Multiple” button. More info here: blog.polleverywhere.com/edit-multiple-polls/
I would like my class in New Zealand to be able to access this, but there is no provision that I can see for New Zealand phone numbers.
Any chance of remedying this??1 vote
Bad news = We don’t have enough demand to setup a local number in New Zealand right now. (They’re very expensive.)
Good news = You can use Twitter’s local number instead! More info on setting this up here: http://blog.polleverywhere.com/avoid-international-texting-fees-use-twitter/
When I write a long question I cannot read what I have written, only the first and last lines.7 votes
This problem shouldn’t be an issue with the new poll creator layout.
This feature already exists! Under the chare and publish menu (when viewing a poll from the site) click “blog or webpage.” There you will find instructions and an embed code.