Adding a description to your question is a great way to provide further information to your participants about what the question is about. However, sometimes description texts can be quite long and end up cluttering your questionnaire.
We have just launched a new feature that will allow you to initially hide question descriptions.
When this setting is active on your question, the description will be initially hidden, and the participant will be able to toggle it on and off using the tooltip icon that has been added.
For information on how to activate this setting see here:
How to hide the question description
We are happy to announce that our Developer API is now available!
You can utilize the REST API to fetch live data from your surveys including not only details about the survey itself, but also all the responses and answers as well.
To get you started as quickly as possible, we have fully documented everything for you. The documentation will guide you through authentication and present all the different endpoints that can be consumed.
You can view the documentation here: SurveyHero API Documentation
We will be continuously adding new and exciting capabilities to the API. Your feedback is very welcome and if you need to be able to do something programmatically that is not possible yet, please let us know!
UPDATE: You can now also set up “Webhooks“.
UPDATE: Get tabulated results from your survey using the Report API.
It is common practice to ask some screening questions at the beginning of your survey to “screen out” participants who do not qualify for your target audience. Until now, you could only screen them out by sending them to the “Thank You” page of your survey. This is the same page that participants see, who completed the survey.
We have now made an update to our Skip Logic feature that will allow you to redirect participants to external URLs based on whatever answer they choose, making participant screening extremely easy to implement.
This is also useful to you if you are using a panel provider to reach your participants. They will more than likely provide you with links such as “screen-out”, “quota full”, “complete”, etc., all of which is now easy to set up thanks to this update.
Find out more here: Creating Complex Online Surveys with Skip Logic
Up until now, you could only filter by set date ranges, such as 7 days, 14 days, etc. We have just launched a new update which makes it now possible for you to specify any date range you need by using date pickers.
This is great if you only want to show the responses from the past few days for example.
Find out more about this and other result filters here:
Filter Survey Responses and Reports