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Need Ranking Ability in Survey or Polls in GoToWebinar

Need Ranking Ability in Survey or Polls in GoToWebinar

Hello, 

I need the functionality to rank from 1-6 either in Polls or Surveys in GTW. 

Is this something you will be able to provide in the future? 

Thanks! 

8 Comments
AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

@meetings28  GoToWebinar Surveys allow for up to 6 multiple-choice answers.  GoToWebinat Polls stop at 5 currently I'm afraid.

meetings28
Active Contributor

Thank you for the response. I actually need to rank , like:

 

Please rank your favorite webinars from 1 to 6:

Quality

Best Practices

Workflow changes

operations

business opportunities

Sales Tips 

 

Is there any way to do that either in a survey or a poll? 

 

All is see is the ability to rate something as a 1,2,3,4 or a 5. (one choice). 

 

Thanks! 

 

 

 

AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

@meetings28  There is not currently any way to rank individual answers.  Have you considered an open-ended question that they can write in themselves?

meetings28
Active Contributor

I still need the ability to rank answers during polls launced in GTW. 

AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

One thing we did update was the ability to create a Custom Survey scale from 1-10, where 1-6 is a range you may edit for attendees to utilize.

 

Additional Polling functionality is expected in 2021.

Webinar Studio
Active Contributor

Any specific ETA for 2021?  Will they be increasing the poll limit as well?

GlennD
LogMeIn Manager
Status changed to: Accepted

I am changing the status to Accepted as the GoToWebinar Survey allows you to ask a ranking question with a scale you set between 1 - 10.  Once Polls have a similar ability I will consider this Delivered.

 

Webinar Studio
Active Contributor

What does the "Accepted" status mean exactly?

 

The 'rating' option available in the survey is not the same as a ranking system.  Passing that off as a answer to the proposed improvement falls well short of the desired functionality.