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.
Within the WordPress admin page select 'Add New Question' from the 'Predict When' menu.
Enter the Question you wish to present to your users. Keep your question short & simple. If you need to further qualify the question do so in the main body of the post.
Use the date range limits to prevent predictions before or after the specified dates. Leave either field blank to indicate no limit.
Check the 'Never' option to allow users to indicate that the event will never happen.
If you require users to be logged in to make a prediction check the 'Login or register' box.
Use the following shortcodes in a post or page.
Chart of predictions
nalong with a chart of predictions and invite users to make their own prediction.
If you do not want to display a chart, but just invite predictions add the option
[predictwhen id=x hide_chart=1]
[predictwhen id=n scoring=1]
For example to display a ranking table showing each users score, the predicted date, when the prediction was made, limited
to the top 10 scorers use the following
[predictwhen id=n scoring=1 show_prediction=1 show_when=1 limit=10]
Users must be logged-in to submit a question for consideration. The administrator will receive a notification email of a new question and has the ability to approve or reject the submission.
Dates beyond the year 2038 are unlikely to work due to a restriction in the Unix time format.