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how to have each thread to be a poll ?

Discussion in 'XenForo Questions and Support' started by erich37, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. erich37

    erich37 Well-Known Member

    is it possible to make each thread to start with a poll by default ?

    I mean: so that each thread is generating a poll or that a user must create a poll?
    Like a Poll-Forum?

    Is this possible ?

    Do you have any ideas of how to do this ? Is there any creative coder out there who is able to make a plugin for that ?

    Probably just putting the "poll section" on top of the "text editor box" ?
    Just switching the position of those 2 things.....
     
  2. Ajaxboy

    Ajaxboy Active Member

    There is already a options for polls when you create a thread?. Or so I thought, they should be under the the editor some where. Make sure it has the appropriate permissions.
     
  3. erich37

    erich37 Well-Known Member

    yeah, I know this.

    But I mean that the user is being forced to create a poll..... or another way would be that the Admin creates a "Custom Standard Poll" for each Thread.

    Each Thread should have a custom poll which is created by the Admin, so that each thread is starting with this custom poll.

    Literally, each new thread should start with a custom poll by default.

    So in my case, I would like to have each thread started with a Poll-Question saying "Are you interested", so this question and the answers should show as default (pre-defined question). The poll-answers should be editable by the user. The poll-question either allowed to be changed or not to be changed by the user (optional).

    http://www.are-you-interested.com/threads/mattie.11/
     
  4. Jake Bunce

    Jake Bunce XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    There is no option to force a poll in each thread.

    This is possible with an addon. If you are a programmer then you can post in the Development Questions forum for help with this. Or post an Add-on Request and some one may be able to write this for you.
     

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