Allow users to predict when an event will occur. Tap into the collective wisdom of your readers to predict future events and chart those predictions.
To display the question and chart in a post use the shortcode
[predictwhen id=n] where
n is the ID of the question.
The ID above is shown next to the list of Questions in the plugin's admin screens.
For additional shortcode options see the Usage section.
Check your browser's error log for any messages that might indicate the cause. In addition deactivating other plugins or using the default WordPress theme can help isolate the issue. If you need to report the issue please include a link to the page with the chart.
Visit the plugin's settings page to change the colors of each of the chart bar types.
In order to calculate the expected date of an event the plugin requires at least 10 predictions. More than 30 predictions will increase the accuracy of the expected event date significantly.
By publishing your question to PredictWhen.com your blog receives more exposure and a link to the post or page hosting the question.
Users can only predict the date of an event on your site, PredictWhen.com acts as a directory of all published questions.
Only anonymized summary data is sent to the PredictWhen directory. No usernames, email addresses or personally identifable data is sent.
Please see http://www.predictwhen.com/plugin-faqs/ for more information.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-1-16
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