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I'd like to use a Wordpress instance as a product help & faq platform.

I'm wondering if there is a lightweight plugin that provides a "yes/no" voting option at the end of a post, to which I'd use the question "Was this post helpful to you?" I can then go into the admin panel to see the total number of yes's and no's per post.

Does one like that exist?

I've found a multitude of "Digg-like" up/down plugins, but they are far too complex for what I'm looking for. I've looked at Vote-It-Up and WP-Polls, which both seem like they can be hacked to accomplish what I want, but I wanted to first check to see if there was a ligher weight solution out there.

Thanks in advance for the suggestions.

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closed as off topic by toscho Dec 2 '12 at 12:54

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take a look at WP-PostRatings wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-postratings-my – Bainternet Mar 15 '11 at 20:05
That appears to support a 1-5 rating, like WP-Polls and the like. I'm looking for more of a 0/1 or "Yes/No" rating system. – user3965 Mar 15 '11 at 21:10
UPDATE: After a lot of research the past day, it appears Vote It Up is the best, but you need to hack it a bit. There is no clear-cut plugin designed just for this. wordpress.org/extend/plugins/vote-it-up – user3965 Mar 15 '11 at 21:51
Google Analytics Survey for High Rated Content "Was this content helpful?" 9lessons.info/2016/04/… – Egglabs Apr 25 at 14:34

I meant you should look at WP-PostRatings it has more then just star based rating :

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And if that's not good you can use your own images.

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Gotcha, thank you for the feedback. I'll be trying it out! I wish I could give a 1+ to you but I don't have a high enough rep yet :-) – user3965 Mar 16 '11 at 14:06