It is now also possible to dynamically show or hide questions based on the Collector (e.g. Survey Link) used to take the survey.
For example, you can create two survey links for your online survey: One for existing customers and one for potential customers. You can then specify in your survey that certain questions should only be shown to existing customers:
This eliminates the need to create two separate surveys. You can simply share one link with existing customers, and the other with potential customers, and both will see only the questions relevant to them.
We are please to announce that we have updated our Theme Editor. It now allows you even better to customize your questionnaire layout according to your needs.
The way you can add your own logo to your survey layout has also been improved.
You can now also set a “Default survey design” to be used automatically for any new surveys. This can be done within your “Default Survey Settings”.
You can now also share your own themes with your team members, and vice versa. Your team member’s layouts will automatically appear within the Theme Editor, where you can preview and apply them to your surveys.
You can now restrict access to your online survey with access codes. This will guarantee that only people with a valid access code can participate in your survey. This is similar to a password protected online survey, only that every participant uses their own personal password.
Simply create a new collector of type “Access Code” and generate random access codes. You can then share those access codes with your participants.
Every access code can only be used once to participate in your survey. An ideal use case is voting, where every person should only be allowed to vote once.
We are happy to announce that you can now create multiple tabulated reports for every given survey:
Any filters you set or chart types that you define will remain set for each report. This allows you to create multiple reports with specific settings each, and to view them without having to reset your main report every single time to different states.
One particular use case that we have been asked often about is the ability to create a “Management Report” or similar, that only contains results to specific questions and that can be shared with Management or other third parties in a safe way. This is now possible:
After you have created your custom report, you can simply click on “Share this report” to get a unique, read-only link to that report. You can share that link with anyone who needs access to this data.
Up until now, we have been running two separate online survey platforms, namely eSurveyCreator and SurveyHero.
Today we are excited to announce that we have merged eSurveyCreator into SurveyHero. This will allow us to strengthen our brand and to prevent confusion.
If you have an eSurveyCreator account, then nothing will change for you, except that you and your survey participants will be redirected to surveyhero.com. All of your surveys, survey links, etc., that you may have already shared, will continue to work. You can also continue to share “old” survey links that use the domain esurveycreator.com.
Enterprise customers using a White Label solution will not be affected either. All survey links using a custom domain will continue to work unchanged.
With this first blog post, we are happy to announce that we are finally able to start actively developing new features!
We launched SurveyHero.com a couple of months ago and had to take care of many things since then. We have moved to a new office, finished important work on some parallel products, successfully fought a trademark infringement and hired our fourth employee. While all these things were necessary, they were also very time consuming and slowed us down in further developing SurveyHero.
But we are all set now and ready to create the best survey product in the market!
Starting today, we will be continuously adding new and exciting features. Many of you have already contacted us with some great feature ideas (thanks!) that we will include as well.
Please get in touch if you have any new requests, found some bugs or just want to give us some good old feedback.