Result type. When the respondent has answered the question, and clicked on the vote-button, the value selected determines what he/she will see next:
Result display method:. Configure how you want the poll result to be displayed:
Maximum number of votes: Poll will be closed for voting if this numbers is reached. Poll result will be displayed instead the questions. This feature is useful if only a limited number of votes is needed, and server/database resources are limited. Set this to 0 for unlimited votes.
If you choose no, select the method to prevent multiple votes.
No: The respondent is restricted to vote only once. If this option is selected, also specify how you want Opinio to perform the restriction:
Custom poll id: The poll link contains an id that points to the poll. This is a number that is generated from a sequence of numbers. For advanced HTML users it is easy to find the number used for the poll. In that case they can try to set different numbers (increase or decrease the poll number) and access different polls. If your poll is confidential, you might want to set the custom id to something that is difficult to guess. The poll will then be unaccessible by the sequential number.
Save URL parameters: It is possible to specify URL parameters to save with each respondent. By setting this poll attribute it is possible to turn the automatic saving of these URL parameters on/off. This is necessary, because it should be possible to let a plugin handle this data (if it is not going to be saved automatically). The default value is to save the parameters ("Yes")