Survey Restrictions

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John

As a new member of the PollDaddy team I’m pleased to announce that we’ve now added restrictions to surveys. This allows you to restrict access to a survey using a password, or to a chosen set of IP addresses. Both of these should make surveys more useful to people who don’t want the entire world and their dog taking part in their survey, and are ideal for group or internal company surveys.

For example, when restricting by password a visitor will see this:

password

Both options are available while editing a survey, as shown below.

edit

Full details about how to use the new features can be found on the PollDaddy support page.

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3 comments on “Survey Restrictions

  1. [...] an API, respondent tags, email notifications, rating widgets, survey filters, new poll styles, survey restrictions, poll sharing, HTML support, email groups,  and lots and lots of other small features. We have [...]
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  2. The restrictions will only take place if you configure them - your friends should be able to vote as normal.
    John
  3. oh...i dont like that...my friends can't vote now in our polls...
    bryan ramos
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