Using Voting

The Voting component is a useful tool that allows community members to rate a particular piece of content, such as an answer within a QnA component. With the Voting component, members select up or down arrows to indicate their opinion.

Adding Voting to a Page

To add a Voting component to a page in author mode, use the component browser to locate Communities / Voting and drag it into place on a page, such as a position relative to the feature for users to vote on.

For necessary information, visit Communities Components Basics.

When the required client-side libraries are included, this is how the Voting component will appear.

voting-component

Configuring Voting

Select the placed Voting component to access and select the Configure icon which opens the edit dialog.

configure

Under the Texts & Labels tab, specify the properties used to record votes.

voting-label

  • Positive Response Label

    (Required) The internal property name for a positive response.

  • Negative Response Label

    (Required) The internal property name for a negative response.

  • Tally Name

    (Required) The internal, identifiable property name for this instance of a voting component.

Site Visitor Experience

Members

Members may only vote once, but may change their vote at any time.

Anonymous

Anonymous voting is not supported. Site visitors must register (become a member) and sign in to participate in voting once.

Additional Information

More information may be found on the Voting Essentials page for developers.

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