Our clients asked for it, and we listened: new open-ended survey feature now available on OneFeather
OneFeather clients have told us for a while they needed a better survey feature. What they wanted was a simple, fast and efficient way to ask their communities open-ended questions about a variety of topics.
These community polls don't require anywhere near the formality or administrative overhead of a referendum or plebiscite. Instead, open-ended surveys can be used to gather information from the community to make strategic decisions, or poll community members about sorts of food and refreshments they would like to see served at an event.
While there are some free, popular online tools that offer open-ended surveys, this new feature keeps everything centralized and easy to manage within the OneFeather voting platform. On top of that, survey responses are kept confidential until you decide to share, and member data is kept private and is never stored on a server outside of Canada.
OneFeather is pleased to offer yet one more tool in the toolkit as we continue to evolve our software to meet the specific needs of our Indigenous clients.
Watch this video walkthrough of the OneFeather's open-ended survey feature:
Since 2015, OneFeather has on-boarded more than 160 First Nations across Canada that actively participate in electronic voting, vote management, member registrar management, and its community engagement suite of service technologies. OneFeather has more than 150,000 First Nations people within its database of users and growing month over month. OneFeather’s core purpose is to redefine the Indigenous experience through innovation and technology.