We have some exciting new improvements and updates in the survey-taking experience! We know that the key to a successful survey is having an experience that is easy for your respondents to complete. With that at the forefront of our minds, we’ve put in a few updates to our survey themes as a pre-cursor to a major QuestionPro facelift this Spring!…
Here at QuestionPro, we’re always working to give you the best resources to help you gain the insights you need. We’ve expanded our Multi-Point Scale Matrix Table question type by introducing the new Bipolar Matrix question type!
Matrix Questions Overview
A matrix table can be used when asking about the same set of characteristics for multiple items, such as how often a respondent uses a set of products….
Join us on Thursday, May 25th at 11:00 AM PST, as we showcase new features to build better surveys and gather insights with QuestionPro. We will feature new updates that many customers have been excited to see from our Core, Communities, CX, Workforce, and Audience tools.
Here’s a preview of what you can learn more about in this training:
Add/Edit Surveys: We’ve made it easier to add/edit survey.…
Have you ever wondered how our most successful clients use QuestionPro? Known as the most versatile and flexible insights solution in the industry, we here at QuestionPro want to give you the keys to help drive all your projects towards success.
Starting on April 20th, 2017, our monthly Keys to Success series will teach you how to use QuestionPro to address key insights through explorations of popular use cases, based on 14 years of serving thousands of clients worldwide.…
Mobile technology has quickly moved to the forefront of how we communicate and conduct business. As of November 2016, 77% of Americans now own a smartphone; that’s more than double the 35% from 2011. Businesses are well aware of this shift, with an emphasis being put on “mobile-optimized” everything – from ads to emails to shopping for groceries….
Add or Manage Image question type in survey:
My boss asked me to create a survey to find out which team activity would our team prefer. The challenge was to include a lot of images in the survey to make it more appealing. I already have few images with me, but the rest I would have to browse Google….