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===Filling out a Doodle Poll===
===Filling out a Doodle Poll===
When filling out a Doodle Poll, the Table view is generally accessible. It comes up as a standard table with headings, but it doesn’t have audio cues for the Yes if Needed/Maybe option. Calendar view is less accessible.
When filling out a Doodle Poll, the Table view is '''generally accessible'''. It comes up as a standard table with headings, but it doesn’t have audio cues for the Yes if Needed/Maybe option. Calendar view is less accessible.


==General Information==
==General Information==

Revision as of 12:38, 26 April 2021

This page gathers the IT Subcommittee's resources and reviews of the accessibility of Doodle.com. This page will be updated as new information is available or further reviews are conducted.

Accessibility Overview

There are several ways to use Doodle.com. Our testing focused on Poll Creation and Filling out a Poll. We did not test the full Premium Doodle account, or the advanced calendaring/enterprise options.

Poll creation

In general, the Monthly and Text poll creation pages are generally accessible via keyboard and/or with a screen reader. The default option, Weekly, is NOT accessible, as it requires the use of the mouse to select time blocks, and the only text on the Weekly view that is accessible is the delete option. The best browser to use is Chrome, as some options are not accessible in Safari. Firefox had too many barriers to even test the page. There is a "more" option menu once you create a poll which is not accessible at all by keyboard or screen reader. If you are using the Text poll option, you may find your usual surveying software to be preferable, as it functions the same as just entering any text in the creation fields.

Filling out a Doodle Poll

When filling out a Doodle Poll, the Table view is generally accessible. It comes up as a standard table with headings, but it doesn’t have audio cues for the Yes if Needed/Maybe option. Calendar view is less accessible.

General Information

Known Accessibility Issues

Resources