This week's poll was requested by a reader, who wanted to find out what online collaboration platforms R/WW readers used. The email I received noted: "While mass services such as myspace and facebook get a lot of coverage, there's not a lot of data showing how well collaborative platforms do. I think that your audience could help." It's very true, the blog world tends to get excited about the latest consumer apps - like Facebook or Twitter - but there is a lot of interest outside the blogosphere on which online collaboration apps are being used.
Below is a list of such apps - and it is a fairly wide-ranging list, and open to contention about what exactly is an "online collaboration platform". I've included the main Web Office suite players, as well as project mgmt apps and some wiki platforms. And I'm bound to have missed a couple of obvious apps (do me a favor and yell out which obvious apps I forgot to include, asap, in the comments!).
The poll is also multiple-choice, as I know a lot of people will use more than one of these apps (I know I do). So please participate in the poll and let's see which online collaboration platforms are the most popular.