Swallow Poll is designed to be fast and easy to use. No account, no payments, no restrictions.
We do not require account creation.
But this means that we do not know who the author of the poll is and we cannot provide him/her with a list of his/her polls. We leave it up to him/her to create such a list.
The author should save the page that appears after creating the poll (web browser bookmark, note, email, etc.).
Also, not having an account means we don't know who voted. If a participant accidentally changes a browser or device, he/she can vote more than once. That would not be good for important polls.
For such polls, the author should make sure to leave the “Require names of participants” setting turned on when creating the poll so that he/she can correct the poll results if necessary.
Swallow Poll is free, we do not require any payments. However, operation costs something.
Data will not be stored in Swallow Poll forever, they will be deleted after a few months.
The author of the poll should make sure to read the results of the poll before the poll is deleted.
Your privacy is important to us.
We do not collect any data about you or your device. We do not use cross-site or cross-device tracking. We do not use non-essential cookies. Basically, we don't know anything about you.
Now you know how it works. If you like it, don't hesitate to try Swallow Poll. We hope it helps you in some way.
Updated: September 03, 2022
Your use of Swallow Poll will be governed by the laws of your country and may be subject to other local, state, national or international laws.
We do not collect any personal data.
We are not responsible for the data generated by users.
You cannot create content that is offensive, insensitive, upsetting, intended to disgust or is contrary to the principles of decent behavior.
You cannot create content that contains defamatory references about religion, race, sexual orientation, gender or content that can be identified as threatening, harassing or bullying.
Limitation of Liability
We are not responsible for any direct or indirect damage that you may incur by using Swallow Poll in violation of the operation of the application publicly presented in the “How it works” section of the Swallow Poll site.
We do not guarantee that your use of Swallow Poll will be uninterrupted, secure or error-free.
We reserve the right to suspend the Swallow Poll service at any time, without any notice.
Changes to the Terms
QR code voting
May 18, 2023
Your participants can now vote more conveniently with a QR code. Once the poll is created, the QR code will be generated. You can use it instead of a link, for example, for presentations or flyers.
Description of the poll
March 23, 2023
The author can add a description of the poll and participants can see it when voting. The description can be used to explain the question or the purpose of the poll better, to inform the participants how the voting results will be used, etc.
March 12, 2023
The author of the poll can display the list of all participants in the results.
Poll for dates
February 13, 2023
We have added a new type of poll - Poll for dates. This poll is especially suitable for organizing meetings. A more detailed description of this feature can be found on the Swallow Poll BLOG.
February 13, 2023
We have redesigned some parts of the application to improve contrast for better readability of texts.
January 10, 2023
Now you can check the status of our service on the Swallow Poll status page.
November 9, 2022
- more specific names of browser tabs
- better previews of poll links in MS Teams, Twitter, Notion, etc.
- change of percentage calculation in the results of multiple vote polls
November 3, 2022
Participant can add his own answer when voting. The author of the poll must allow this when creating the poll.
You may or may not like Swallow Poll. Both are perfectly fine.
Are you satisfied with Swallow Poll?
You can give us your feedback here. Don't worry, it's just a star rating poll.
Do you have a suggestion?
If you have a suggestion for improvement of Swallow Poll, you can send it here: firstname.lastname@example.org