How to Create Facebook Poll

This teaches you How To Create Facebook Poll app on Facebook to create an interactive survey for your Facebook page. While you can access and submit this form on the Facebook mobile app, you can just create a kind from a browser.  Establishing Your Survey

1. Open the Facebook Surveys page. You can do so by getting in into your browser's URL bar.

  • If you aren't logged into Facebook, you'll be triggered to enter your email address and password in the upper-right corner of the page to continue.

2. Click Start Now. It's a green button in the middle of the page.

3. Enter a title for your poll. Your poll's title must succinctly reveal the context for your poll.

  • For instance: a survey requesting individuals's favorite animals might be named "Pick Your Favorite Animal" (or simply "Favorite Animal?").

4. Click Continue. It's below the title field.

5. Click Continue as [Your Call] when triggered. This will permit the "Poll" app to access your Facebook page.

Producing Questions

1. Click + Include Concern. It's near the middle of the page, to the left of the blue Next: Preview button.

2. Enter a question. You'll do so in the "Concern" field at the top of the window.

  • For the above example, you would type "What's your favorite animal?" here.

3. Determine the kind of question. To do so, click the bar below the "Question Type" heading, then click one of the following options:

  • Text Box - Survey individuals will by hand enter an answer.

  • Numerous Option - One answer - Survey participants will select one answer from a list of multiple answers.

  • Several Choice - Numerous responses - Poll participants will select one or more answers from a list of numerous answers.

  • Drop-down list - Poll participants will click a box and after that choose one response from a list.

  • Ranking - Poll individuals will pick each product in order of how items apply to them or the question.

  • Scale of 1 to 5 - Poll individuals will pick a number from 1 through 5 (" bad" through "exceptional", by default).

  • For the animal example, you 'd likely pick a drop-down list, a multiple-choice (one response) list, or a text box.

4. Fill out a response. The format of your response will depend upon the question type you picked:

  • Text Box - Click package under "Data type" to pick the kind of input you'll accept, from a single line of text to email addresses and telephone number.

  • Several Choice/Drop-down list/Ranking - Go into the text to show beside a checkbox in the field below the "Answers" heading. Click Include Response to add another option, or click Add "Other" to include a text field.

  • Scale of 1 to 5 - Select a scale ranking by clicking package next to "1" or "5" then typing in a label.
    You can also click the red circle to the right of some responses to delete them.

5. Personalize the question's innovative options. To do so, click the box to the left of one or both of the following choices if needed:

  • This is a mandatory question - Survey individuals will not be able to proceed with the poll till they address this question.

  • Randomize answers order - Changes the order of questions each time the survey is taken. Does not apply to specific response types (e.g., scale of 1 to 5).

6. Click Save. It's a green button in the bottom-right corner of the "New concern" window. Doing so will include your question to the poll.

7. End up setting up your survey. You can add more concerns by clicking the + Add Question button and completing another type, or you can modify the existing questions by utilizing the buttons above each concern:

  • Click the pencil icon to edit an existing question.

  • Click the two documents icon to copy the concern.

  • Click the up or down arrows to move the concern up or down in the survey order.

  • Click the red circle to delete the question.

Posting Your Survey

1. Click Next Preview. It's to the right of the + Add Question button.

2. Evaluation your survey. If whatever looks as you want it to, you're ready to continue to publishing.

  • If you want to repair something, click the Back: Edit Questions button in the top-left side of the survey box.

3. Click Next Publish. This blue button is in the top-right side of the survey box.

4. Click Post on Timeline. It's to the right of the "Sharing Tools" text. Doing so will bring up a window with a Facebook post where you can include clarifying text to your poll.

  • On some web browsers, this choice might be labeled as "Contribute to your page."

5.  Click Post to Facebook. This button is in the bottom-right corner of the post window. Your survey will instantly publish to your Facebook page.

  • If you 'd like to attach a message to the post, first click the text field at the top of the window and type in the message.

  • The text box is an excellent place to notify users that they'll need to click from the advertisement that plays when they at first click on the survey link in order to see the survey itself.

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