We had some initial discussions with Thomas Novak from Vanderbilt’s eLab and Gregg Van Rhyzin from eTownPanel who introduced the idea behind the weighted point system as compensation for panel members.
We are currently in the process of rolling out the qPoint system to be part of VerticalPanel™ – Panel Management Software.
The qPoint (Weighted Point System) allows you to combine the notion of instant gratification along with the weekly/monthly pick-a-winner drawing system….

Another requested feature that has been launched is the emailing of reports directly from QuestionPro. This feature allows (currently) you to email the Summary Report and the Open-Ended Text report to yourself at anytime.
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Detailed Help…

We’ve gone one more step further in integrating the QuestionPro Survey Software offering with Salesforce.com. The Single Signon Report URL can be placed as a custom link within Salesforce to view reports when you are logged into salesforce.com.
Implementation Details…

We currently are beta testing a report scheduler for QuestionPro.
We’ve had requests from many of our clients to automatically deliver reports on specified intervals (weekly, monthly etc.) — Thank you everyone for your suggestions.
To access the Report Scheduler goto :
Login->(Select Survey)->Integration->Report/Data Scheduler
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Detailed Help

http://www.questionpro.com/help/311-window.html

Enjoy!…

After a little bit of coaxing from Tim Slavin from ReachCustomersOnline.com we finally decided to put together the official QuestionPro blog.
It’s our vision that this will serve as a launching and sound-off point for the exciting things that we’v planned for QuestionPro (and our parent company Survey Analytics LLC) in the future….

The QuestionPro Blog is primarily authored by our own employees. We also have a few outside contributory blog authors. If you are interested in becoming a publisher and publish your thoughts, we welcome it.
The editorial guidelines are pretty simple — this is a blog — there are no editorial guidelines! Anything and everything goes.
To become a contributory author, please email us  at  blog [at]  surveyanalytics [dot] com….