This is our 3rd post looking at Electronic Meetings for Not-For-Profits. In this blog, we’ll talk about some ideas for electronic voting. There’s alot of solutions out there – the focus here will be a curated list that could work specifically with the tools in-place at our non-profit clients, many of whom are using G Suite, WordPress or both.
Google Forms Voting Solutions
- Here’s a good example of a simple electronic voting system using a Google Form and Spreadsheet.
- Ramith’s Blog – How to create a fully functional voting system .includes code to enforce single vote to single user. Example template with Google form and spreadsheet are included…
- YOP Poll plugin provides easy survey integration in your blog post/page and pll management from within your WordPress dashboard. Polls can include both single or multiple answers, and provides options on how to sort your poll information, what details to display, whether you want to view the total votes or the total voters, to set vote permissions or block voters, and a whole lot more.
- WP-Polls is very customizable via templates and css styles. Many options are available that make this quite flexible. It now supports multiple selection of answers.
Web Based Solutions
- VoxVote – free and easy Mobile Voting tool for ANY speaker or teacher. Use VoxVote to interact live with your audience. Create questions, ask your audience to vote and discuss the live chart results. Now with question and answer messaging module – Allow your audience to ask questions. Full version available for all teachers and educational institutes.
- Slido – Empower your audience to ask questions, vote in polls and be a part of the discussion by using a simple Q&A and polling tool…educational plan is available.
- Polltab – claims to be the…” Fastest way to create real-time polls free!”, and takes it one step further by requiring that participants log in to their Google, Facebook, Reddit, or Twitch account before they can cast a vote.