Twiigs is a way to find out what people around the world are thinking. Share your opinions by voting on polls, creating your own polls. View the results and discover how people feel about hot topics and issues.
Creating a poll is easy. Click one of the many "Create Poll" links on the site and follow the simple steps. Once you've submitted a poll, you'll be given directions on how to add this poll to your blog, website, social media homepage, or any other site that accepts html code.
Adding a poll is very easy. And you can add any poll you wish to your website or blog. If you're browsing through the polls on twiigs and see one that you'd like to add, click on the "more info" link under the poll. You'll be taken to the poll's detail page. If you click on the "Add This Poll to Your Website" link in the top right of the poll's status box, you'll be taken to a page with directions on the steps you need to take to add the poll to your website.
You can close, re-open, extend, or even delete (if no one has voted on it yet) your poll. To do this, click on the "My Polls" menu item. This will give you a list of polls that you have created. Clicking on the "more info" link of the poll will take you to the poll's detail page, and in the poll's status box, you'll see action links which allow you to manage your poll.
You can edit polls that you've created in the same manner that you manage your polls: by going to your "My Polls" page and clicking on the poll's "more info" link. On the poll's detail page, and in the poll's status box, you will see an icon and link which will allow you to edit your poll. You should note, if you change any property which influences how a user votes, your poll's votes will be reset back to zero.
"Views" refers to the number of times your poll has appeared in either browse/search results, detail pages, or on an external site. "Page Views" is the number of times your poll's detail page has been viewed. "External Views" is the number of times your poll has appeared on external websites, blogs, etc. "Url Clicks" is the number of times someone has clicked on the url that you provided, if you provided one.
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