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 yet been translated, will be automatically translated by Google Translate, one of the most widely used translators on the web.

As you may know, automatic translations are not perfect, so it is recommended that you review the translations once they have been made. If you are allowing external translators access to translate your survey, then they will also be able to auto-translate the content.

We feel that this is a great way to speed up the translation process for you and hope you find it to be a useful addition to the tool.

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 can now share access to the translation overview for each separate language via a private translation link.

This new feature gives you the ability to delegate the translation work to external translators, colleagues, or anyone who will take care of the translations for you. Whoever has access to a translation link will be able to enter and edit the translations for a specific language. Once the translations are complete, you can simply withdraw access with the click of a button.

We think this is a great addition to the tool and hope it makes translating your survey easier for you.

You can find out all about translating your survey here:
Create your Online Survey in Multiple Languages

Create Dynamic Online Surveys with URL Variables

We are happy to announce that you can now use URL variables to dynamically display content in your survey. URL variables are also called “GET parameter”, “query strings”, “hidden fields” or “hidden values” and can simply be added to your survey link.

This is especially useful to add a touch of personalization to your survey, e.g. including the participant’s name or a product name in a question.

As you can see in the image below, a placeholder {name} is used in the question text.

All you need to do to replace this placeholder is to append a URL variable (or GET parameter) to your survey link that matches the placeholder name:

The value of the parameter will then replace the placeholder you added in your survey:

There is no limit to the number of variables/placeholders. Just make sure that each participant receives their very own survey link (with the correct variables). The variables you add to the survey link will be saved along with the participant’s responses.

We look forward to seeing the interesting ways you will use this feature. You can find all details about this feature here: How to Add Dynamic Content into your Survey using URL Parameters