MojoPortal: Adding a Poll

This article follows on from the previous article in the series.

In this article, I am going to use the built in poll module to set up a couple of polls to canvas customer views.

I start by signing in as Admin, going to the page I want to add the poll to and selecting to edit the page.

I select Poll from the feature list, give it a name and select to put it in the right pane, then click create and view the page.

I click on Choose Poll

Then Add new poll

I add a question and possible answers, select Save, and then do the same thing again until I have two polls.

I then choose which poll to make the active poll

There is no view page, save or finish editing button, so I just click on the menu option for my page to get back to the page view.

And now I have my working poll.

Once I have voted, it changes appearance to show the poll results.

If you have any questions or queries on this or similar topics, you are welcome to post a comment, ask a question in the Arvixe MojoPortal Forum or email me.

I suggest you also refer to the excellent MojoPortal documentation and videos.

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2 Comments on MojoPortal: Adding a Poll

  1. usman says:

    Hi
    How can we use single poll module for all languages? Suppose we have websites in english and rusian, how will we make poll data same for all languages?
    thanks

  2. Ian McIntosh Ian says:

    Hi,

    Unfortunately that’s not supported with the inbuilt poll.

    You could, of course, have separate polls on each site, but there is no support to combine the data.

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