We have just launched the ability for you to make your online surveys completely white labeled. This means you can create and share surveys using our tool, but from a participant’s point of view, it will look like the survey originated from you, as there will be no mention of SurveyHero anywhere!
You will be able to set up your own domain to be used for surveys instead of ours. A regular survey link might look like this:
With our White Label feature, however, you can use your own domain, e.g. survey.mycompany.com. This would make the above example look like this:
As well as a using your own domain name, you will be able to create a custom theme to apply your personal or corporate brand to the survey. Even better still, we recently launched the ability for your web-team to further style your questionnaire using CSS.
We have always made it very easy for you to style your questionnaires, by either choosing one of our many standard themes, or by simply creating your own layout with your own styles, colors, background image, and so on. Depending on your needs, however, this might not have been enough flexibility.
We are very happy to announce that you can now style your online surveys using your very own CSS code! This will allow you to fully customize the look and feel of your questionnaire to match your corporate design, brand or website.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a coding language that is used to style pages on the web. With this new feature your web-team can add custom CSS directly into the code editor and it will be applied to your questionnaire.
When a participant completes your survey, they are normally shown a “Thank you” page. This page acts as a confirmation that they have indeed reached the end of your survey. Up until now, the text that was displayed on this page was fixed.
This has been made more flexible as you can now customize the text that is displayed to the participant on survey completion.
This is a great way to add a personal touch to your survey or if your survey is serving a specific purpose, like a contact form, to confirm the next actions that will follow based on their survey submission.