The Poll field is available when using the Polls add-on. This field will allow you to create polls to survey your users. Please note that you will need to have the Polls add-on installed and activated before this field type can be used.


Poll General

  • Description
    Provide a description to the user that provides them with more information on what is expected in this field.

  • Poll Question
    Within this field, you will provide the question that you would like to ask the user.

  • Poll Type
    Allows you to select how the poll is displayed.

    • Drop Down
      Displays the poll choices within the drop down box.

    • Radio Buttons
      Displays the poll choices within radio buttons.

    • Checkboxes
      Displays the poll choices as checkboxes, allowing a user to select more than one option.

  • Randomize order of choices
    Randomizes the choices when displayed to the user.

  • Rules

    • Required
      Makes the field required to complete the form submission.


Poll Appearance

  • Description Placement
    Overrides the default placement of the field description, allowing you to place the description either above or below the field.

  • Custom Validation Message
    Overrides the default message that is displayed when there is an error with the field input.

  • Custom CSS Class
    If you would like to override the default styles, enter your custom CSS class here.


Poll Advanced

  • Admin Field Label
    Within this option, you can set a custom label for the field that will only be shown within administration screens.

  • Visibility
    Determines who is able to see the field.

  • Allow field to be populated dynamically
    This option allows you to dynamically populate the field based on another field or URL query strings.

  • Enable Conditional Logic
    Enables conditional logic on the field to show or hide the field based on defined conditions.

Merge Tags


{Field Name:2}


  • The first of these merge tag parameters is optional and is simply the field name for easier identification.
  • The second parameter defines the field ID within the form. In the example above, it would be field ID 2.
  • If accessing a specific option within the field, it can be accessed by separating the values with a period. For example, 2.3 would be the value of the 3rd choice from field ID 2.


This field does not have any modifiers.