Bitrix Site Manager

Poll channels

This page contains information on poll channels. Each poll channel can have only one active poll (defined by the time interval of conducting polls).


To display only the required channels, set the filters according to the search criteria. The following table describes the filter fields.

Title* The title of a required poll channel.
ID The ID of a required poll channel.
Site The site on which a required poll channel is used.
Active Specifies to find only active poll channels.
Symbolic name* the symbolic name of a poll channel.

* - in these fields you can use special logical expressions.

Click Set filter to activate the filter. To display all information, click Cancel.

Context bar

Button Description
Create Creates a new poll channel.
Excel Exports data from the table to the MS Excel format.

Table of poll channels

Column Description
Checkbox column Used to select poll channels to which the desired actions are to be applied. Available rules and actions can be found in the action bar below the table.
Action menu
Clicking the action button of any poll channel opens a menu allowing to:
  • Edit - starts editing the poll channel;
  • Delete - deletes the poll channel.
ID The ID of the poll channel in the database.
Modified The date the record was last modified.
Sites The site where the poll channel is used.
Active Indicates the poll channel is active.
Sort. The sorting index (can be used in the public section of the site for displaying the list of poll channels).
Mnemonic code The symbolic name (used in the public section when displaying the current poll of the channel).
Title The title of the poll channel .
Polls Number of polls in the channel.
Selected Number of channels selected from the database.
Checked Number of marked channels.

Possible actions

The action bar contains commands that can be applied to one or more poll channels. Mark the required channels in the list and select the desired action:

Moves the selected poll channels to the active state.
Moves the selected poll channels to the inactive state.