What do you mean by ranking exactly? Is this something you've been able to do with a Mkto poll?
ah, you are correct. I was looking to do a poll, but stopped exploring the option when I saw the social sharing couldn't be removed. I ended up doing a link to survey Monkey. (where they do enable a ranking poll.)
It's quite possible that I could develop a crazy way to mirror the same functionality in Mkto, just for a lark at least. What's the URL of your Survey Monkey poll?
Interesting... what a strange (almost unusable?) UX they're presenting.
Obviously the drag-and-drop part makes sense, but if you set the dropdown numbers to be different from the visual order, what is the final outcome when the form is submitted? It's almost nonsensical to look at a form widget like this.
And in general, how are the results of such a poll presented to you in the admin area? Is each possible permutation given its own set of results, or are all the results aggregated into one final "most likely" arrangement?
Yes, it was a bit klugy, but it did do the trick. this is what the admin screen looked like for the week choice question. But very easy to understand the result.
I was specifically addressing the dropdown lists of ranks (blank-1-2-3-4), which have no reason to exist that I can see, as long the browser supports drag-and-drop. And the fact that when you choose from the dropdown, it doesn't change the visual rank accordingly (though may or may not override the visual rank).
But I agree, as far as reporting, that is quite clear. You won't get anything that fancy from Mkto unless you build it using the API.
With Mkto we would probably end up storing a single field like `Poll - Best Week Ranked` with values such as '1=week1|2=week3|3=week4|4=week2'. Then you can pull reports like where `Poll - Best Week Ranked` contains '1=week1' and so on.