We’re never not working on things to help you get the most value out of your polls, but these updates have us particularly excited. Jazz-hands excited. Check it out.
Request a poll analysis
In December, we introduced Summary, a feature that lets you sum up your poll results and add notes for your team to act on.
But what if you don’t know what to make of your poll results? Let us data nerds dig into them for you.
On your poll results page, you now have the option to request a PickFu Analysis for $99. We’ll analyze the results and offer takeaways and suggestions for what to do next, in easy, simple language you’ll understand.
If you’re short on time and need expert insights fast, leave it to us and order a PickFu Analysis.
One-click Google sign-in
Have a Google account? You can now use it to sign up or sign in to PickFu.
For new users, this means you don’t have to create yet another username and password. When you go to create your PickFu account, simply click the Sign up with Google button. That’s it — you’re in.
If you’re an existing user, you can still log in with your PickFu credentials. This is just another sign-in option that’s quick, secure, and makes your life that much easier.
Our Chinese webinars are live!
We launched our free How to PickFu webinars to help new users get comfortable with our platform. Customer education manager Anthony Cofrancesco hosts those on Thursdays at 9 a.m. Pacific Time.
As PickFu’s international user base continues to grow, we’re thrilled to announce our Chinese-language webinar series, led by customer success manager Aisara Bakyt.
如何 PickFu runs every other Monday at 8 p.m. Chinese time (that’s 4 a.m. Pacific Time). How to set up a poll, what kind of questions to ask, what to look for in the results — Aisara covers the basics and answer any questions you might have.
New to the FuCrew
It’s a PickFu two-fer! Meet Lauren Cochran, our head of marketing, and Rebecca Kelly, our operations assistant.
Lauren is a natural night owl and insomniac. Fortunately, this has zero bearing on her energy level or her capacity to Get. Stuff. Done. She stays centered by swimming, creative writing, and staycationing in Texas. A Jack-in-the-Box breakfast combo at 10 p.m. never hurts.
Rebecca is the detail-oriented person you wish you had on your team. The Maryland resident holds the current PickFu team record for most cats (six). She’s also the only one we know who wants to learn — or rather, re-learn — piano, violin, and oboe.