I would love to ask which is the best way to create or embed surveys in discourse: (which option is the best?)
Should I use the wizard tool plugin, the survey plugin or just embed google survey?
Are blogs still supported? What is the benefits of using ghost over WordPress?
Can we install different plugin at the same time or it is better to install one by one?
Looking forwards for your answers
I think we’d need clarification about your needs. It’s difficult to advise when you don’t know your expectations.
Discourse supports polls natively, but not forms:
Exporting the data would require a custom script, as far as I know.
Discourse doesn’t support Google forms embedding out-of-the-shelf, but you can insert them as an iframe:
After filling it the form and validating it:
Don’t forget to add
https://docs.google.com/ in your allowed iframes theme setting.
Discourse uses Ghost as it blogging platform and it is integrated to meta.discourse.org, but I don’t know more about it.
Wordpress is officially supported through WP Discourse – Extension WordPress | WordPress.org Français and questions specifics to this integration go in wordpress.
You can install multiple plugins at the same time by editing
app.yml, then rebuild your app.
Regarding polls, I will need to have the text area (form) also to gather idea, it was mentioned here that two plugins can achieve that, but I am not sure which one make more sense
Custom Wizard plugin and A survey plugin (the latter is not an official one but has the text form also)
So I am torn which one to try
Thanks for your clarification!
My spider-sense (I hope you don’t mind if I call you like this, dear colleague) tingled and I’m now aware that Discourse supports Typeform integration:
I have already allowed typeform on one box iframes, but when I embed the link it doesnt show up? What am I doing wrong?
You don’t need to use iframe, just paste the form link.
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