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Templates for surveys
Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
It is usually very time consuming to create surveys. Also, many surveys are just the same as others previously created with slightly different changes.
Describe the solution you'd like
It would be nice to have a pool of templates that administrators can save and reuse between different participatory spaces in order to bootstrap new surveys easily.
This feature would create a new system-wide "forms/survey templates" resource available for final admins only (not admins in specific participatory spaces) as a new main item in the admin menu.
With this, they could create/edit/remove surveys as templates. Then any other admin creating a survey would have access to choose one of this templates when creating a new survey. The survey generated could still be modified if necessary prior publication. While creating templates the admin would be able to preview the final looks of the survey, even without the context of the participatory space (just the survey).
Describe alternatives you've considered
Just to allow to copy from other spaces their surveys, but this lacks centralization in the management of site-wide pre-designed surveys to allow secondary-admins to use without having to create it themselves.
This feature is focused in the creation of templates for survey but this could be used in the future for more types of templates (even whole participation processes scaffolding).
Does this issue could impact on users private data?
No. This is and admin feature, no changes in public data treatment.
This proposal has been accepted because:
- Has been reviewed by Decidim Product and complies with the Social Contract
- It is funded by Generalitat de Catalunya
- Developed by Platoniq
- Available in release 0.23 via #/6247
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