|Add your logo|
Customize your survey's theme. Upload your company's logo or an image to be placed on the survey's header.
|Add Display/Skip Rules (branching logic) to your questions|
Skip or display questions according to the answers provided in previous questions.
|View charts and reports|
Research your results by viewing reports, pie charts and bar charts. Display column charts for question pairs.
Easily see whether two questions are dependent.
|Add images, audio and Youtube videos to your questions|
Spice up questions by including images, audio and Youtube videos.
|Create quizzes and tests|
Create quizzes and tests (such as personality tests). Display and record respondents' scores. Optionally display correct answers and extended explanations.
View selected responses according to a filter criteria. For example, view responses entered this week by males younger than 18 years of age.
Combine answer options while viewing charts. For example, combine counts for both those answering 'Yes' and those answering 'No' and compare with those answering 'Not sure'.
|Use various channels to publish and distribute your survey|
Share your survey on social networks, email to friends or colleagues, display it on our Public Surveys page or distribute your survey by word of mouth.
|Intrigue your respondents|
Allow respondents to see how others responded or to view Results & Stats including all or selected charts. Optionally let your respondents quench their curiosity by allowing them use of research tools.
|Set codes for question options|
Set code values for question options allowing for compatible usage in statistics applications such as SPSS. For example, 'NY' for the state New York or 'M' for Male and 'F' for Female.
|Single response per respondent|
Ensure your survey is responded to only once per respondent by including a unique code for each respondent.
|Incorporate survey questions with answers to previous questions|
As an example, if the respondent answered the question 'What is your favorite dessert?' with 'Chocolate ice cream', then the following question may include that answer: 'Why do you consider Chocolate ice cream to be your favorite dessert?'.
|Redirect respondents of an old survey to a new one|
Periodically add or change surveys without sending your respondents a new link. They can use their link to an old survey to respond to the new one.
|Use built-in, ready-made radio button groups, check box groups and drop down menus|
Built in radio button groups, check box groups and drop down menus exist for common lists such as countries, states, months, professions and more.
|Reuse survey elements|
Create radio button groups, check box groups and drop down menus once and reuse them in future surveys.
|Make use of 'Hidden' questions|
Hidden questions are survey questions that are filled by you rather than by the respondents. Populate a numeric scale value or score into a Hidden question according to the content of a free text question. Hidden questions can also be used to enter your comments to a response.
|Compatible with right-to-left languages|
Surveys look great also in right-to-left languages such as Hebrew and Arabic.