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Ever considered a poll feature?

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TiggyCBE Fri 28-Feb-14 11:23:15

Lots of forums have them. A question at the top with multiple choice answers. When you pick one it generates a bar graph of results.

Please pick one of the following:

1. Annoying.

2. Worth a go.

3. Too complicated to implement.

HavantGuard Fri 28-Feb-14 11:23:56

4. Meh

poopooheadwillyfatface Fri 28-Feb-14 11:24:52

5. Change? Change?? I don't like change and still use Mumsnet Classic

NymodigFruOla Fri 28-Feb-14 16:19:26

MNHQ do polls as you describe, Tiggs.

Do you mean you would like us to be able to devise our own polls?

HoratiaDrelincourt Fri 28-Feb-14 16:22:56

So you can put a quick poll on a thread instead of having to count replies?

eg AIBU?
YABU - 99%
YANBU - 1%


How is SCONE pronounced?
It rhymes with gone - 50%
It rhymes with cone - 50%

RowanMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 28-Feb-14 16:26:02

haha at poopoohead

yes Tiggy - do you mean user-generated polls or MNHQ ones?

TiggyCBE Fri 28-Feb-14 16:31:02

User generated ones. It might calm AIBU down a bit if you could just tick yes in a bo rather than have to write yes, because if you write yes you kind of feel obliged to explain to the OP exactly why they're a twat unreasonable.

CanadianJohn Sun 02-Mar-14 04:48:00

I like the idea of polls. In most cases, by the time I have read thru 500 replies, I've forgotten what the question was.

Oodhousekeeping Sun 02-Mar-14 07:32:20

I like Horatias poll.grin

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