Applicable scenario: Collect team members' opinionsfeedback, surveys
Functions: Messenger, Docs, Workplace apps
There are often situations where we need to ask for the team's opinions or collect members' feedback. "Talk-back-and-forth" discussion are very time-consuming and difficult to conclude. Casting votes and surveys are more efficient methods. The following best practices provide appropriate tools for you to collect various opinions. It helps you quickly get feedback to reach conclusions.
Take votes in Messenger
| Solve small problems in chat, conveniently and fast
If there are some simple and direct problems, such as determining a meeting time, selecting prizes for team-building activities, etc. You can directly insert a poll in the group chat so that members can express their opinions with one click. After voting, team members can intuitively view the number of votes for each option and the number of people who have voted.
Insert polls in Docs
| Collect feedback based on context
You can rapidly solve simple problems in group chat. But sometimes, team members need more background information to give reasonable advice, such as naming a new program, collecting slogans, deciding whether a scheme is feasible, etc.
Provide relevant context to a problem or matter and directly insert a poll in the document. Let team members make a choice based on the background information. If members have new suggestions, they can directly add new options and comment in the .
You can also use the polls in Docs to have some interesting interactions, such as choosing favorite food, suggesting new dishes for the canteen, etc. Members can use their favorite emojis to express opinions in a fancy way.
Create surveys with apps
| Collect wide-ranging feedback and opinions, comprehensive and detailed
If the opinions you want to collect cat be summarized by "Yes/No" or "A/B/C", you need to collect more detailed and comprehensive information from members with a series of questions. You can achieve this with the Workplace apps, such as Wenjuan, Qoll, etc.
Take Qoll as an example. Open the app to create a survey, enter your survey title and flexibly set the question types, choices, participants, valid time, and so on.
After editing the survey content, you can share to private chats or group chats with one click. Team members can directly click to answer the questions. The survey results will also be clearly shown in the app for further statistics and information analysis.