Accessibility Updates for your Online Surveys

We want your surveys to be as inclusive as possible and that is why have recently launched some updates to make your surveys more accessible for participants who may have disabilities and may require third-party screen readers or rely heavily on keyboard navigation. By reviewing the structure of our surveys and improving the underlying HTML … Continue reading

Track your Survey with Google Analytics

We are happy to announce that you can now add your own Google Analytics Tracking ID to your survey. This is a great way for you to gain further insights about your survey and participants. Google Analytics Setting Simply add your Tracking ID and we will then include the relevant scripts in your live survey for … Continue reading

Add Survey Language to your Survey Links

When you create your survey in multiple languages, a language selection page will be shown at the start of your survey. If you wanted to make a specific link always show a specific language, then you would have to set this in the link settings. You could then create multiple collectors, one per language. We … Continue reading

Restrict Input Type for Open Text Questions

On each text field of your form questions, you can now specify which kind of answer should be given. If you have a field in your form that specifically asks for an email address, then you can set the "input type" of that field to be "email". We will then make sure only email addresses … Continue reading

Pin Answer Options to Top or Bottom of Question

You can now "pin" an answer option or a table row to the beginning or the end of the list. This is especially useful when you have applied a sorting order such as "random" to your question, but want a specific option to stay at the top or bottom. Example of a pinned choice on … Continue reading

Automatically Translate your Survey with Google Translate

Translating your survey into multiple languages can take a lot of time, especially on a survey with many questions. We have just launched a new feature in the tool that will allow you to automatically translate your online survey content. With the click of a button, any content in your survey language, which has not … Continue reading

Let Someone Else Translate your Online Survey Content

For a while now, you have had the ability to create your survey in multiple languages. However, translating survey texts into multiple languages can take a lot of time, and in some cases, you simply may not have the ability to translate into all the languages you need. We are happy to announce that you … Continue reading

Embed your Online Survey directly in your WordPress Website

We are happy to announce that we have just released the official SurveyHero WordPress plugin, making it easy for you to embed your online surveys into your WordPress website or blog. WordPress is the most popular CMS choice for websites today and we are happy to offer you such an easy way to share your surveys … Continue reading

Change Default Values of your Exported Survey Responses

We have just launched an update that will allow you to change the default values in your exported survey responses. For example, by default, if a user selected answer "Yes", you will find "Yes" in the Excel export. This update will allow you to override the exported value for closed question types. For example, you … Continue reading

Export Tabulated Result Data from your Online Survey

Following up on the launch of our new Report API, we are happy to announce that you can now also export tabulated data from your online survey as Excel or CSV file. Previously, Excel and CSV export was only available for the "Individual Response" data, that lists every response from your results one by one. … Continue reading