More poll question types
There should be more types of questions that you can use in a poll, like open-ended questions with a lot of text, one-word answers, etc.
Doug Chamberlin commented
Open-ended questions are vital!
Tom Conway commented
I would like to see a comment field.
Our first trial survey ended today with 100% participation and some comments by email. There's a need for more open-ended questions so answers can be explained or issues raised. It should be possible to insert questions without having to retype the rest of the survey. Very important: We need to be able to export survey results to a spreadsheet for analysis of results (we have the Individual Response setting On).
Not only do we need the ability to have feedback text boxes, but we need the option to be able to make the questions themselves mandatory or non-mandatory. We also need to be able to reorder or re-arrange the questions, just as you can with the options. I found myself having to rebuild the entire survey because we wanted a new leading question.
The ability to ask open-ended questions is vital for us. How can we truly know what our membership thinks if we only give them predefined answers and no way to express a different opinion or view.
This would be very important for our association. We always send out surveys with open ended questions to allow our members more freedom to express their opinion.
Important would be Likert scale questions.
Cherry Zimmer commented
It would be really nice if the survey had all the fields available as event registration fields.