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How do I create a Poll?

by SiteDocClan
on Jan 26, 2004 at 04:52 UTC ( #324077=sitefaqlet: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

How do I create a Poll?

You cannot create a poll directly. Only a pollster has that ability. Instead, you must suggest a poll idea to the pollsters. If they like it, they will set up the poll.

Here are the steps:

  1. Read all of the Past Polls and all of the poll ideas quests — original, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th & current — to ensure that you're not duplicating a past poll or poll idea, and to see what ideas have worked in the past and which haven't.
  2. Draft the complete wording of your poll. No one will do it for you. Polls have the following pieces:
    • Question/topic - this becomes the node title and so cannot include links or html
    • Prologue paragraph (optional)
    • One or more choices
  3. Post a new note in the poll ideas quest 2014 thread, containing your suggested poll.
  4. Send a message to the pollsters (/msg [pollsters]) pointing them at your new note in the poll ideas quest 2014 thread.
  5. Go on about your life as if nothing has happened.

People can upvote and downvote polls. This will provide feedback that should make the polls more likely to be of the type most appreciated by the voting monk population. And if you submit a very good poll suggestion, then the pollsters may make the poll owned by you, so that you get any XP reward.

It must be stressed that the polling booth is for amusement only, and should not be taken seriously.

If you are a pollster, please see Pollsters' Protocols.


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