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Ha, well I really love your description of it Toby! I personally believe the world is round, but that is a pretty good song anyway….
Way back when we actually used to have a Dial Test poll to do this sort of thing. It never quite panned out for us and we’ve put it back on the shelf. Unfortunately, I think it would take a lot to convince us to go back to a Dial Test or Spectrum poll type.
In the mean time, I would recommend using our Multiple Choice poll to basically do this same thing. Here’s how:
You make a Multiple Choice Poll with Agree/Disagree as the answer choices. The audience can then use our Clear Response feature to change their answer during the presentation. The bar graph will update in real-time as people agree/disagree with what’s been said. You can read a bit about the Change…
Hmm, that is a good suggestion and we’ve been working piecemeal on this as we get more institution wide accounts. My first suggestion would be this – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our account managers can whip that up for you. We can absolutely do that on request. It may take us a few days as time allows, but we can do that.
Otherwise, we do have a CSV export available with some metadata for all of the Users/Faculty on the account. This is under Settings > Manage Users > Export to CSV. That will get you a report of all of the users on the account, the number of polls each created, the last time they used us, and the total number of responses each received. We have that today!
We plan on getting this available for all registered students on the account soon. It would…
This is an interesting one. I can understand the desire. We do store most of the information that you specified (questions type, creation date, last modified date, # responses, and # of runs could be calculated. We do not track deleted responses/groups after a few days).
Will it work for you if we ONLY display this information on the CSV download? Otherwise, in the short run if you are interested in some of that information and if you’re willing to wait a few days – you can contact our support team at email@example.com and if it’s reasonable, we will be happy to try and get some of that information for you manually as a workaround.Karen Spear Ellinwood shared this idea ·