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Discussion in 'Site and Forum Feedback' started by Firestar, Oct 16, 2010.
Is there any reasoning behind being able to have only one poll?
Can you elaborate a bit, please?
Do you mean having multiple polls on the same subject in different threads or having multiple polls in one thread, or something else entirely?
Oh, sorry. I mean having more than one poll in the same thread.
Is there any reasoning behind being wanting to have more than one poll per thread?
Then there's no need for multiple polls per thread.
Maybe not for me but there might be for other users.
You should have added a poll to this thread asking if people thought there was a need for more then one polls per thread. Can you do it after you started the thread?
I can think of reasons to have multiple polls in one thread, e.g.,
If you have the new Apple Food Mixer and Salad Spinner, please tell us:
Did you pay for it yourself?
( ) yes
( ) no, it was a gift
( ) no, I stole it
Do you feel that you got your money's worth?
( ) yes
( ) no, it was overpriced
( ) no, it was lacking in features
The advantage over separate threads would be that people could answer and relate their answers to each other in a single discussion.
However, MacRumors' vBulletin forum software doesn't support multiple polls, so it's just wishful thinking.
Yes. You can.
Good example. Thanks for the response.
Is that the Apple Food Mixer and Salad Spinner v. 1.7 or v. 1.8 beta? I can't find either on MacTracker.
It's only in the prototype stage. An Apple employee left one in a bar and that's the only reason we know about it.
A salad bar?
In these situations, I usually will make a very large poll to accommodate all possible answers. It can be tough though, because most people don't like to read a poll with too many options, and when you have more options, it can be difficult to see any clear trends without doing some math.
However, since the software is limited, I guess we'll just have to deal with long polls and some math-unless of course you're willing to do the math for us Doctor Q.