One of the challenges researchers face is the requirement for two directly conflicting issues
From a technical standpoint, if we need to track who has taken the survey and who has not, the survey researcher also implicitly has the ability to track the response for each individual.
To overcome this issue, Respondent Anonymity Assurance has been introduced. QuestionPro asserts that once RAA is enabled on a survey, although computer generated identification numbers for individuals will be generated, the survey researcher will not have access to both the respondent's email address as well as the response data at the same time.
for more information please visit: http://www.QuestionPro.com/security/raa.html
The Survey should be distributed using QuestionPro Email Management and the Survey Tracking link should be used for distribution.
What assertions does QuestionPro make for RAA-enabled surveys?
How do I request RAA to be enabled for one of my surveys?
Please contact Support Center with the following information
How do I know if a survey I am taking is protected by RAA?
For surveys that have RAA enabled, a link to the details about the guarantee will be put on the "Bottom Right" corner of the survey. This link cannot be removed or added by the survey researcher. It will be automatically added on surveys that have the anonymity guarantee enabled. Once this link is enabled it cannot be removed, changed or edited.
How do the Reports look?
Any and all data which can be used for respondent identification will be masked using the text: "**RAA Blocked**".
License & Access Options
This feature/tools described here are available with the following license(s) :