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Don’t forget about Survey Language Packs

Even though I’ve been doing Polldaddy support for a while now I’m constantly amazed by the interesting and unique ways people are using the product. One of the most useful and underrated features is our language packs. When most people think of language packs they immediately think of translations and foreign languages. While language packs […]

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Styles, Language Packs Easier to Find and Use

Earlier this year, we conducted a brief survey to gather feedback from our customers on what they’d like to see us improve within Polldaddy. The feedback we received was excellent and we’ve just spent an intensive week enhancing Polldaddy’s user interface to make styles and language packs much more prominent. Edit styles and language packs […]

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A new way to filter survey data

We’ve been cooking up some great improvements for you, and the first is a new way to view your survey data. The data you collect is important, and having tools to help analyse it is also important. You’ve always been able to dig deeper into your data using filters – conditions or rules that you create to reduce a […]

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Easily promote your polls on Twitter

It’s now easier than ever to promote your poll on Twitter. If you’re a Pro, Corporate or Enterprise Polldaddy user you can send up to ten automated tweets to your followers at scheduled times of your choosing. An easy to use interface allows you to login to Twitter using their oAuth interface. Your password is […]

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Polldaddy will soon start using WordPress.com logins

Polldaddy is one of the many fine internet-enhancing products made by Automattic, the creators of WordPress.com, VaultPress, Akismet, and more. On December 3rd, 2012, we will be merging our account systems, so you’ll use your WordPress.com account to sign in to Polldaddy. Not only will this be one fewer password to remember, but it will allow […]

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Better PDF reports with comments

We’ve added a small but useful update to our survey PDF reports. Now when you export your survey as a PDF it will include all comments and ‘other’ responses for multi-choice questions directly after the choice data. This means you no longer have to individually export these questions to get a full set of data, making it […]

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