Imagine trying to organize hundreds of seniors in high school to vote before a deadline. Let’s just say if I had my choice I would choose finding the needle in a haystack. That’s why we have created a new template that shows you how Fluid Surveys can be used to poll a large group of people. For this example, we made a template for a school’s ‘most likely to…’ graduation awards. (You can view the template HERE)
The difficult part about creating a ‘most likely to…’ poll is the students can vote for anyone in their graduation class, which depending on the school could potentially be over 500 students.
You might ask, how do I do this?
You simply drag and drop a dropdown box into the survey, add the question and then hit “bulk”. From here you can save and store all names of graduates by copy and pasting from a list that the school office will likely already have prepared. This way, all students will be able to see all other student’s names.
The school will likely also have e-mails for the graduating class but if not, students can simply post the link to the survey on Facebook and spread it to classmates that way!
Any other questions about the bulk editor? Check out this great video
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