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New Features: File Upload and Cross Tabulation

April 13th, 2016

Today, we’re excited to introduce two great new features: Cross Tabulation and File Upload.

  • Cross Tabulation allows you to show a side-by-side comparison of two Multiple Choice questions so you can figure out how they relate to each other. This feature is available for all paid plans and can be found on the “Analyze > Crosstabs” page.
  • File Upload is a new question type that allows your respondents to upload a file, which you can then review at a later date in the “Analyze” section. An example use would be for collecting resume submissions, or other documents. This feature is only available on the Pro and Premium plans.

We hope you’ll enjoy these new features! As always, if you have any questions or feedback, feel free to email us.

Happy asking!

New Survs, Feature Recap

February 16th, 2015

In the previous posts we covered several new individual features introduced during 2014. In this post we combine the most relevant ones in a single post so that you can quickly catch up on what’s new.

  • New Design – A cleaner interface, easier and quicker to navigate.
  • Theme Editor – Brand new, more flexible theme editor.
  • Reports – Share survey results with colleagues, clients, and audiences.
  • SPSS – Export your survey results to SPSS for statistical analysis.
  • Responsive – Surveys are now more mobile friendly.
  • Email Notifications – Subscribe to notifications for new responses.
  • Piping – Display an answer from a previous question on a later page.
  • Custom URL Variables – Store respondent data through a survey link.
  • HTML Formatting – Add HTML to create links, bold, and underline text.

We hope you’ll enjoy these new features! As always, if you have any questions or feedback, please email us.

Happy asking!

The Survs Team

New: Custom URL Variables

May 27th, 2014

This feature allows you to store respondent data by passing values through a survey link to be added into the survey results. For example, you can associate a customer ID field or an email address field, which is already in your database, with your survey respondents. Once stored, the data is shown in the Analyze section together with the survey results.

A typical survey link looks like this:

http://survs.com/xxxx

If, for example, you wanted to pass the respondent customer ID and email address from your database into the survey, it would look like this:

http://survs.com/xxxx?customer_id=123&email=lorem@ipsum.com

When the respondent completes the survey, the custom data in the URL is linked to the respondent, shown in the the Analyze section, and included in the Export files. This feature is only available on paid plans.

We’re eager for you to try out this helpful new feature. If you’d like to get in touch, please email us at: support@survs.com