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New “conditional” survey questions

As part of the January 2012 EngagementHQ upgrades we are releasing a few changes to the surveys in response to a number of requests. New “conditional” questions New “ranking” questions New “Likert Scale” questions New horizontal radio button & checkbox questions. “Conditional” questions are questions that only appear in the survey in response to a […]

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New “Likert Scale” survey questions

As part of the January 2012 EngagementHQ upgrades we are releasing a few changes to the surveys in response to a number of requests. New “conditional” questions New “ranking” questions New “Likert Scale” questions New horizontal radio button & checkbox questions. To add a Likert Scale table of questions to your survey: Click and scroll […]

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New horizontal radio button and checkbox survey questions

As part of the January 2012 EngagementHQ upgrades we are releasing a few changes to the surveys in response to a number of requests. New “conditional” questions New “ranking” questions New “Likert Scale” questions New horizontal radio button & checkbox questions. This is a pretty straight forward change to help tidy up the surveys a […]

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New drag and drop “Ranking” question

As part of the January 2012 EngagementHQ upgrades we are releasing a few changes to the surveys in response to a number of requests. New “conditional” questions New drag and drop “ranking” questions New “Likert Scale” questions New horizontal radio button & checkbox questions. The new drag and drop ranking question type does exactly what […]

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A numbers game: measuring your online engagement outcomes

When carrying out a community consultation process of any kind, whether it is online or offline, it is important to be able to capture and analyse community feedback and participation. This data is important in determining a number of things, including the reach and depth of your engagement, the success of your engagement process against […]

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Smart Phone Engagement

Whether you consider yourself part of the gov2, digital democracy, or online community engagement sector, mobile community engagement is the next frontier. Last month I presented alongside my fellow community engagement practitioner, Ben Parsons on the subject of Mobile Community Engagement at the Australasian IAP2 conference. Ben hails from New Zealand where he runs his […]

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What makes EngagementHQ analytics different?

One of the key benefits of using a dedicated online community engagement platform like EngagementHQ rather than off the shelf forum and blogging tools is the specialist integrated analytical capacity. We often get asked what the difference is between the analytical capacity of EngagementHQ and other free products, particularly Google Analytics (GA). The short answer […]

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Increasing Participation by Clarifying Site Registration

A few weeks back the Bang the Table development team unleashed a radically remodelled registration process on our EngagementHQ software. This post explains why. Getting your site visitors to “sign up” or “register” on your online consultation portal presents a significant, but very necessary, barrier to participation. I say necessary, because without an authenticated registration […]

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Did you know that EngagementHQ has surveys?

Earlier this year we quietly launched a new hosted survey tool embedded within EngagementHQ. Clearly we were a little too quiet, because no one seems to have noticed!   Back in January we launched the online consultation portal for VicRoads; the Victorian Government’s independent statutory authority responsible for just about everything to do with roads, […]

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