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    How to post a poll

    To post a poll you have to start the thread, so type out your thread title and text, now croll down till you see this bit.



    A; Check the box to include a poll with your thread.
    B; Choose how many options you want in your poll, maximum is probably 10.
    C; Click on Submit New Thread.

    You will now be taken to your poll, got to do this quick because your thread is now posted and you will get dumb comments like "there aint no poll".



    Type in your poll question, you can change the amount of poll options if you wish, I normally just make it 10 and use however many I want each time, ie you don't have to fill out the 10.
    Fill out your poll options and check the boxes you want on whether it is a private poll, multi choice poll etc etc, now click submit.


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    All this is well understood DD but how do you make 'multiple question' polls?

    As I've learnt, the word 'options' pertains to 'answers.

    Guessing & for example, if I have 10 questions with 2 possible answers each, should I originally select 30 options & then use the 'preview' button to add other options/questions?
    Idiots! I'm surrounded by idiots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EssEffBee
    Guessing & for example, if I have 10 questions with 2 possible answers each, should I originally select 30 options & then use the 'preview' button to add other options/questions?
    Appears you are trying to use the poll to conduct a survey. Believe you will find it near impossible. Poll is basically designed to answer one question. If a poll has many options you will find votes all over the map.

    Try some variations in the test forum to see how best to structure your poll.

    http://teakdoor.com/test-here/
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    Thanks Norton but I just tried to post multiple questions on the test site but it didn't work.

    No problem. I will resort to text

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