Create and manage Polldaddy polls and ratings from within WordPress.
The Polls & Ratings menus can now be found under the Feedbacks top level menu.
Each author that wants to create polls will need his or her own Polldaddy.com account.
Yes. You'll be able to edit the polls they create from your blog. (You won't be able to edit any of their non-blog, personal polls they create through Polldaddy.com.)
Nope. The permissions are the same as for posts. So Editors and Administrators can edit anyone's polls for that blog. Authors can only edit their own.
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Login to your Polldaddy.com account and view the ratings in your dashboard. You should see ratings named "blog name - " comments/posts/pages. You need the rating ID of each of those which is visible when you edit them. It's the number in the URL of your browser that looks like https://polldaddy.com/ratings/1234567/edit/. After you connect the plugin to your Polldaddy account go to Settings->Ratings and make sure the ratings are displayed on your posts/pages/comments as desired. You'll see a link at the bottom of the page saying, "Advanced Settings" that will toggle new configuration settings. One of those settings is "rating ID" which you should replace with the number you got from your Polldaddy account. Now save the changes and the ratings on your site will be updated.
You need to select the synchronize ratings account in the WordPress options page at Settings->Polls & Ratings to make sure the ratings API key is valid.
Your rating uses the filter 'wp_title' by default when retrieving the post title, you may need to remove this in the Polls & Ratings settings to allow ratings to work with your theme.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 4 weeks ago
Active Installs: 20,000+
0 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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