What do Accept Answers do?
This setting allows you to enable/disable whether or not participants should be able to submit answers to the pulse.
When creating a pulse, this setting is locked. This is because, without answers, there will be nothing for participants to vote on or see results.
After a pulse has received enough answers to pass the anonymity threshold (typically 5 respondents), you can disable Accept Answers by editing the pulse.
What does the different Sign In options do?
Depending on the type of pulse experience you're looking to create, Dialogue offers a few options for your participants to sign in or not.
Sign In = Yes
This is the preferred option when sending an internal pulse. If you're using Employee Tags or Manager Insights, this will allow Dialogue to easily recognize who the participant is and what tags/manager they should be assigned within the pulse.
Sign In = No
This is the preferred option when you're looking to send a quick, frictionless pulse. Your participants will not be required to sign in and therefore Dialogue will not be able to predetermine any information about them, such as tags or manager. However, if you have tags enabled for the pulse, your participants will be required to select their tag value(s) before entering the pulse.
Sign In = Optional
What does disabling Privacy do?
If you are looking to create a pulse where the participants' answers are attributed to their email address, then you will want to disable Privacy.
You will notice that when you disable Privacy, Sign In is required. This is so Dialogue can determine the attribution.
When Privacy is enabled, all answers will be anonymous.