Doodle makes your life easier by allowing you to create online surveys and polls in just a few short steps. Doodle polls are primarily used to find the best time to meet amongst a large group of people. During the second step of poll creation you can choose free text to create a survey for anything like. Whatever your intent, gathering opinions for your work or simply deciding on a restaurant for your next birthday party, you can create a Doodle survey to find out what people want to do. In fact, you could use Doodle to poll opinions about anything you like!
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Getting started with your online survey – step by step
So how does Doodle’s survey maker work? The most popular application of Doodle polls is to find the best time to meet. That’s why we offer calendar connections to your Google, Outlook, or other calendar feeds. Doodle is the best way to schedule and keep track of all your meetings, regardless of how many people attend. Let’s look at an example to see how easy it is to set up your first Doodle survey. During the second step, you choose ‘free text’ if you’d like to use Doodle to create your survey.
Add the options you want to the fields to get an opinion on anything. During the third step you can add advanced features like limiting the number of votes per option, or poll deadlines or asking for extra information from those that take part in your survey.
The last step is to send out your survey to your participants. You can send it out via Doodle by adding their email addresses in the box at the top of the page. In minutes you’ll have your responses!
Additional benefits for surveys and more with Doodle
Doodle is primarily a scheduling tool with millions of users the world over. If you register for an account, Doodle allows you to sync your calendar with a so that you can keep all your appointments managed at a glance and send out invitations for new polls in the future with less time and far less hassle. Doodle is so easy to use – and free! – that those wanting to make polls and surveys keep coming back.