I believe if people were able to implement a poll as part of their question(s), it can help generate more feed backs.
Please let me know what you guys think!
There would be no reason to put a poll option on the questions section. If you are going to conduct polls, then either do them via hubs or the forums.
The only two places where feedback is truly given. The question section, seems to be amiss to most people, so just in case you didn't know, asking questions is so other people can answer them, by writing hubs about the subject matter.
That is the real purpose of the questions section. It's why they ask people to not ask questions that can be answered in a sentence or two, or closed ended questions, such as yes or no.
Just a thought.
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