About this page

You are participating in an “wiki survey” that enables groups to collect and prioritize ideas in a democratic, open, and efficient process. By combining a simple voting process with open uploading of ideas, the best ideas in your group will bubble to the top.

How many votes can I cast? When does it end?

You can vote as little or as much as you want, and you can stop voting at any time.

How many ideas can I add? What happens to my idea once I add it?

You can add as many ideas as you have. Once an idea is added, it may be reviewed by the person who created the wiki survey in order to ensure that it is not inappropriate. Once the idea has been reviewed, it will start appearing for people to vote on it.

Can I see what everyone else thinks?

Yes, simply click on “View Results” from the voting screen. This process is completely transparent.

This is neat. Can I make one of these myself?

Sure. It is easy to set up your own wiki survey, and it is completely free thanks to our grants from Google and the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. You can create your own wiki survey here: