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I recently created a tool that does exactly this. http://www.rkursem.com/poll/ Here, you enter the following: Question you want to have a poll on. Whether the respondents can select one or multiple answers. Whether the respondents can choose from a fixed list or enter additional answers, which future users can then choose among or add another answer. A ...


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I think that Moodle is a great option. You can create online courses and give access only to your students. Features such as badges are also available. I have used it as a student and not as a teacher. I cannot answer if it is easy to moderate it, but I think that I am enthusiast about it from the part of studying with it. On the main site, you will find ...


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I think your mentioning of a spreadsheet is a red herring. Any data can be represented and edited as a bunch of tables, but they are almost always the wrong format; and in this case IMO limiting your solutions to tabular entry seems like it is going to be a crutch. I believe what you actually want is a form builder and data collection app, perhaps like: ...


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Google forms allows you to do this. Want to collect information quickly from your friends, customers, or colleagues? Create a form and collect the responses in a Google Docs spreadsheet. To get started view all templates or click on one of the categories below. It's free! After creating a questionnaire, you can enable the data to be exported to a ...


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It is a little difficult to exactly get your needs, but maybe Google docs provides what you want? You can make a pretty elaborate form in this. You can then sent employees or clients the link to the form and they will be able to provide answers, which will be collected in a spreadsheet. This spreadsheet has a separate access rights and you can edit is as ...


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You could most likely use the aptly named "Dudle", which is open source under AGPL Version 3. https://dudle.inf.tu-dresden.de/about.cgi


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You can use Trello. It satisfies all the requirements that you have specified. Users can add items which may include text, pictures etc. They can comment and vote on the items added to the List. In addition to this, you can add a Due Date, Labels, Attachments, Check list , etc. to the added list items. Trello is a very useful platform for brain storming ...


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You can use Trello. It satisfies all the requirements that you have specified. Users can add items which may include text, pictures etc. They can comment and vote on the items added to the List. In addition to this, you can add a Due Date, Labels, Attachments, Check list , etc. to the added list items. Trello is a very useful platform for brain storming ...


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I haven't tried it myself but you could consider using JDe Survey which according to themself is: JD eSurvey is an open source enterprise survey web application written in Java and based on the Spring Framework. Check out the tutorial videos to find out more about the application features. For more information see link above or http://www.jdsoft.com/...


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I recently did a search for another question here on Software Recommendations, see Online survey to be installed on my host, where I suggested to look into JDeSurvey, and when looking a bit more into the features of this survey tool I found the following on sharing the surveys: Sharing Publishing Surveys Once a survey has been designed it is ...


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Google Forms http://www.google.com/forms/about/?gclid=CjwKEAjwgcipBRDgxK_3ztrBty8SJACRuv4dfhZ4ysDRTqO8M67i1QhO8sMJrkPOnfFaWI7EzxOO6xoCtcvw_wcB It is the best tool what you are looking for Some awesome features of Google Forms: Unlimited surveys Add your own custom logo 100% free! Imbed survey into emails or website. Google Forms is the only free online ...


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Though I couldn't find a proper application which can automate the task of generating the treasure hunt template, here's something which can help you get started with a treasure hunt of your own with little to no work. The students of NIT Calicut, India, who built a treasure hunt (Clueless - Tathva 2013) as a part of their annual inter-college fest have ...


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Google Forms is a free service that allows users to create unlimitted number of forms/surveys/questionaires. The form owner and editors are required to use a Google account but respondents are only required to sign-in in case that the number of responses is limited to one by respondent. Google Apps for Work/Education/Government or the legacy edition could ...


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I recently created a tool that does something very close to your specification. http://www.rkursem.com/poll/ Here, you enter the following: Question you want to have a poll on. Whether the respondents can select one or multiple answers. Whether the respondents can choose from a fixed list or enter additional answers, which future users can then choose ...


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I do not have personal experience based on this topic but however,I hope following survey will help you to achieve what you want to. SurveyMonkey- Based on your requirement here are some few details I found on the website.


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Take a look at https://pollunit.com The poll tool meets all your requirements. Your participants can also vote without an account. In addition, you have different vote types available such as: Yes / no Dot voting Star rating Many other optional features are also available: Password protection Themes Own logo Own design File upload Activity Log ...


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LimeSurvey - https://www.limesurvey.org/en/ - is excellent and has more features than the other answers so far. It's open source and you have to host it yourself. But there may be hosted versions of the sort you're looking for. It has all your other features.


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Framadate is worth a try. It meets all your requirements: It's Free Software released under the CeCILL-B License. It's "like Doodle" You can host it yourself. It is a fork of STUdS and used to be known under the name of OpenSondage. A downside of the project may be, that it is primarily managed in french. The software is not packaged for common GNU/Linux ...


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Kiunei It was designed to be the replacement of Google Moderator. It has exactly the same features of Google and it's free. You can login with you Google Account, create series, ask submissions, ask anonymously, users with roles and so on. Status: DRAFT Concept mapping Key: Google Moderator > Kiunei Series > Events Topics > Questions Requirements ...


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It sounds similar to this question and like you need to check out SDAPS which is an acronym for "Scripts for data acquisition with paper based surveys". The workflow is depicted here: The feature list is impressive: Open Source Software; use and modify it as you like (subject to the GPLv3+/LPPLv1.3c+) Optical mark recognition (OMR) from scanned data ...


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Survey Monkey has a pretty robust API, but you can also embed their survey in your website with no need to call their API to begin with. Survey Gizmo is also a very nice service, with some really great features that Survey Monkey doesn't have. It's generally more expensive though. Lastly, if you're looking for a FLOSS option, you could check out Survey ...


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If you are about to create a survey, check out SDAPS which is an acronym for "Scripts for data acquisition with paper based surveys". The workflow is depicted here: The feature list is impressive: Open Source Software; use and modify it as you like (subject to the GPLv3+/LPPLv1.3c+) Optical mark recognition (OMR) from scanned data Imports most formats ...


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LimeSurvey has such a feature. The question type is called "Ranking". You can define a list of items and the user can then define the ranking by drag'n'drop: LimeSurvey is available as a service or you can download and install your own copy.


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Google Forms? Pros: No programming to learn simple web based interface Can distribute via email Automatically collects the results for you in a spreadsheet Free Cons It is a bit awkward. For example: You have to create new pages for each condition. What country do you live in? Page 1 English goto page 2 Spanish goto page 3 Australian goto page 4 Page ...


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I would suggest using Google forms for surveys unless the questions have information in them that has to remain secure. If you are ok with the questions being exposed, you can send the link to the survey to just the people you want taking it. It does support multiple choice and text based answers (as well as some other options) You can make the questions ...


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Google Forms It includes a page navigation built-in feature that could be used as a "workflow framework" as was described in the question. Requirements Fulfillment free to use Yes well documented with tutorials and examples Yes, there a lot of material created by Google and users. the application should be easy to distribute and ...


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Do you already know about GoogleSurveys? This answer on WebApps.SE says, that it is possible to avoid the same user filling out the Google form twice, but it requires the participants to log into their Google accounts.


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Tricider Status: DRAFT Just added general answer structure. Concept Mapping Requirements fulfillment References


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You should take a look at the Surveypal. Surveypal has mobile app called Surveypal Go which is currently running version 0.1, but will be upgraded to 1.0 in next few weeks. The 1.0 version will be available for Android and iPhone via Play Store and App Store, respectively. Here's the detailed answers on your requirements: question type of multiple ...


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You can use python & the mechanize library to do this sort of thing providing the field names/IDs are consistent, i.e. you are filling in the form on a single site. Some useful examples here.


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