You can now create a single survey link that will redirect your participants randomly to one of many pre-defined surveys, allowing you to spread participations across multiple surveys. This is especially useful for monadic tests.
You simply create a new Multi-Survey Link and then define which surveys should be linked. When a participant visits your link, the system will randomly select one of your defined survey links and redirect to it.
You will be able to create Multi-Survey Links from within your account area here: My Account > Multi-Survey Links
You can always modify the surveys that are attached to the Multi-Survey Link, e.g. remove a specific survey variation once it has received enough responses.
One of the most common ways for you to share your survey is to use a survey link. You can use this link to share your survey in an email, on social media, etc. However, sometimes you may want to share your survey on printed media such as a poster or flyer. This is where QR codes come in handy.
QR codes are perfect for print media as they allow potential participants to get to your survey directly by quickly scanning the code, rather than having to read and manually input a long survey URL.
For every “Survey Link” collector you create, you can now also generate a QR code as an image file. You can then take this image and place it virtually anywhere. Here is an example:
Try it out, scan the code above with a QR scanner on your smartphone and you will be redirected to the corresponding survey.
You can now add hyperlinks directly into the text of your online survey. This is especially great for when you need to link to an external resource for your participants to be able to effectively answer your questions.
We recommend to only add links to your questionnaire when necessary, because clicking on them will make your participants (temporarily) leave your survey. This may result in a higher drop-off rate.