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EE Polls, Surveys & Quizzes (Oh My!)

Oct 03, 2011

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EE Podcast

A new episode of The ExpressionEngine Podcast is now live and available for your listening pleasure!

Episode #53 is all about polls, surveys and quizzes, as Lea and I talk about data gathering with ExpressionEngine.

Episode #53

In our latest episode, we discuss several of the add-ons available to extend EE's functionality to support polls and surveys and even transform ExpressionEngine into an LMS. Beyond EE, we also talk about best practices for surveys and privacy statements.

Have a listen yourself.

Stay Tuned!

For our next episode, we're revisiting multi-lingual sites and will be talking to Nicholas Bottari about his experience working with Japanese-language sites. And, of course, we have even more great topics coming up, so please be sure to tune in to future episodes! Subscribe to our RSS or listen on iTunes.

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