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Voting system

Hey, with all these questions/debates/forum requests floating about, how about a voting system?

Some forums out there have a special poll" target="_blank">http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/20242-should-multiple-ids-revealed.html?highlight=poll">poll post (not sure if SDN could do this?), or it could be a completely separate application. We could have two types of polls:

<b>Register interest</b> - simple button click to register that you are interested in something - e.g. a new forum

<b>Vote</b> - a good ol' democratic election. This could be either for saying yay or nay to a new feature, or to vote on which new SDN feature to be implemented soonest 😊

Just an idea....

Cheers,

Mike

Edit: Ahem, just noticed that the vote isn't available in the link above unless you are logged in but shows you the results instead. The actual vote is a similar box but with radiobuttons and a "view results" link.

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    Aug 21, 2007 at 10:25 PM

    Hi Mike:

    That would be really nice -:) But I'm sure that the SDN should need to develop it and it might take some time...Another option is to use Zoho" target="_blank">http://creator.zoho.com/index.jsp?serviceurl=%2Fhome.do">Zoho Polls

    Greetings,

    Blag.

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    • Great! It would be nice to see that in SDN. I'm aware we could use external polls (as a few people have done in the past), but everyone uses a different poll site and it's a) more difficult to set up and b) people are less likely to go to another site to vote than if they see a radiobutton right there in the forum post.

      This isn't limited to suggestions and SDN issues, it would be very useful for quick polls in the forums - e.g. How do people handle problem X? How big is your Workflow Team? Does Business or IT maintain master data for XYZ?

      I would imagine this would be especially interesting in BPX where right and wrong become very fuzzy concepts.

      Cheers,

      Mike