Posts by Nhi

Slack Frontiers Recap: Measuring your TOMO with Polly

What a long but exhilarating two days it’s been at Frontiers! Some of the Polly team went out to San Francisco and most recently New York for Slack’s annual user conference, Frontiers. For us, the conference was spent connecting with attendees, listening from inspiring keynote speakers on inclusion and diversity, and getting excited about upcoming features…

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Making it easier to share, consume, and engage with your data

Being able to create polls and surveys in Slack to quickly gather feedback is one thing –– but being able to collaborate and share on some of your most important information is vital to keeping your team humming along and working more efficiently. Over at Polly, we’ve been working hard to make it easier to…

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Picking favorites: ranking and point allocation polls are here! 

Whether you’re reviewing design changes, ranking your top location choices for your next team retreat, or finalizing departmental budget line items, ranking your choices and assigning numerical values to your poll options is an easy and effective way to determine preferences. Having the ability to rank options or allocate points in a poll was one…

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Getting more value out of Polly with updated pricing model

We’ve made some adjustments to Polly’s pricing model 🕐 TLDR; Polly has made a significant change to the pricing to more accurately reflect the value our beloved users get from the tool. We’ve moved to fixed pricing instead of pricing based on workspace size. Visit our new pricing page to learn more.   Our beloved customers…

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Customize your dashboard with advanced filters

Whether you’re creating surveys for just your team or for your whole organization, there’s a pretty good chance that you’d want to take a look at your results through different lens. While having all results display is important for a high-level overview, sometimes it’s helpful to filter and compartmentalize your results. You may even find…

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Cultivating ownership and transparency with sharing permissions

Introducing result sharing permissions  For important company-wide results for a survey, there’s a good chance that other people in your company will need access to it, too. Some examples would be your supervisor, investors, department head, or your cross-functional project lead. We strive to continuously foster the same culture of openness and transparency that Slack…

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Compare relationships across multiple variables with crosstabs

Anytime that you need to do a side-by-side comparison of how different groups of respondents answer your survey questions, cross tabulations are an extremely handy analysis tool that compares the relationship between two questions within a survey. Cross-tabulations essentially provide a different view of your survey results that help to understand the differences (and/or similarities)…

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Slice and dice your data with demographic segmentation

Segmenting your results can be tremendously useful in situations where you want to use population demographics to compare results across different attributes such as: gender, age, departments, office location, salary level, seniority at company, and more. This helps to aggregate your data in a way that’s useful to discovering trends among common groups. For example,…

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Visualize your data with chart types and trend lines

Introducing historical trends and charts Measuring trends over time is a crucial part of running any recurring poll or survey – it helps to uncover insights into the effectiveness of your initiative, or the sentiments of your team over time, that you wouldn’t be able to see from a single view. It also eliminates the…

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