I wish to have a survey on my Wiki page using the Vote macro and would also like Users to make comments at the bottom of the page for their opinions on the survey. However I fear that users will not comment on a survey if they cannot make the comment anonymous. We do not allow anonymous users to access any content in confluence. Is there something I can do to make the comments anonymous?
Something we have done before and it works great - use your favorite online survey tool, create the survey and then embed the survey form on your wiki page using the iframe macro. Your users are logged in to Confluence, but when they are taking the embedded survey, they are anonymous.
You can state that the survey form is being supplied by a third-party survey tool and thus any responses will be anonymous. To further that that's the case, we sometimes offer the option for folks to type in their name or email address if they wouldn't mind a possible followup, but that's totally your call and depends on the need and subject matter. Or, just include a link on the wiki page after explaining the purpose (that might augment the information on the email that sends them to the page - that sends them to the survey form if you think they need the assurance that they really aren't in the wiki anymore.
There are many online survey options to choose from, and many have free options that might serve your needs. We utilize one with a subscription model that has higher-end features we use for the many standalone surveys we do (it's really awesome and I'll share more if you're interested, but it doesn't sound like you would need that level of survey feature/functionality).
And as a final comment, anonymity and confidentiality are two important - but different - things survey takers generally like to be aware of so they feel 'safe' responding to the questions. There are times the surveys are not anonymous and in those cases we pledge confidentiality and hope they feel comfortable enough with that to take the particular survey.
Hope that helps!
You can create a generic user for the purpose and share the credentials with the intented population and instruct them to use that user credentials to attend the survey. You can maintain the user account for similar puprose. I excersie this successfully in my organization.
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