The Polly Blog

The latest from Polly on polls, surveys, and how to build a better workplace.

Nhi Nguyen - October 3, 2018 - 4 Min Read

Slack Frontiers Recap: Measuring your TOMO with Polly

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Nhi Nguyen - May 23, 2018 - 4 Min Read

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.
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Nhi Nguyen - May 7, 2018 - 3 Min Read

Getting more value out of Polly with updated pricing model

Polly is adjusting our existing pricing model to more accurately reflect the value that users get from the tool and to make room for some exciting new features coming your way here soon.
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Nhi Nguyen - March 18, 2018 - 4 Min Read

Customize your dashboard with advanced filters

Results from your polls and surveys have always been displayed in total with all responses and had the inability for advanced filtering – until now. We're so pleased to announce that you can now slice and dice your data on your dashboard in an interactive way with advanced filtering.
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Nhi Nguyen - March 18, 2018 - 3 Min Read

Cultivating ownership and transparency with 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 is ubiquitous with – which is what Polly aims to do by increasing the ability to share out important results to your stakeholders.
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Nhi Nguyen - March 18, 2018 - 3 Min Read

Compare relationships across multiple variables with crosstabs

We got a lot of valuable feedback from our core customers that showed there was a need for the ability to dig deep into their most important survey responses and uncover relationships across variables – which is why we're so excited to announce that cross-tabulations are now available for deeper insights into their data. 
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Nhi Nguyen - March 18, 2018 - 4 Min Read

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.
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Nhi Nguyen - March 18, 2018 - 2 Min Read

Visualize your data with chart types and trend lines

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. We're so thrilled to announce that charts and trend history are back and even better than ever before.
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Nhi Nguyen - March 18, 2018 - 5 Min Read

Your data just got richer with CSV exports

Whether you wanted to export all of your one-off survey results for an aggregated view, or wanted to analyze your organizational health segmented by departments, or wanted to create your own pivot charts of your recurring survey trends over time, now you can with CSV exports – where you set the limits to what you can uncover with your data.
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