See also: Trackers, Quiz and Polls. What is the difference between them?
- Quiz: Many questions. This is a test and you get points for getting the answer right.
- Surveys: Many questions. Can be open-ended or radio buttons, etc. We want to know what you think.
- Polls: One question radio buttons. We want to know what you think.
- Trackers: A powerful general purpose form (and database) building tool, with which you can build surveys.
Tiki has several features for gathering feedback from site visitors. Polls, are a simple one question “straw vote”. Surveys can be viewed as “extended” polls, and Trackers are a do pretty much anything “forms” kind of feature, which includes much more powerful and customized surveys based on trackers. Which do you want to use? For some simple surveys, a poll may be enough. When you want to be more precise about your users’ opinions and still an easy way to create and view their results and statistics, you need to create a survey. When survey feature is limited for your needs, then you can make your very customized survey using Trackers and their Plugins.
A survey is a collection of several questions. Statistics based on the answers are stored and may be viewed later. Surveys have been enhanced in Tiki13
Trackers, Polls and Surveys can be inserted into wiki pages via plugins.
Other pages about Surveys
Create a Survey