The most common way for you to share your online survey is with a survey link. This is a unique link which is bound only to your survey. With this method, you can share your survey wherever you can paste a link, such as on Facebook, Twitter, in an email, etc.
For each survey link you create, you can configure many different settings, such as restrictions for multiple participations, notifications about new responses, and much more.
If you have a list of email addresses, e.g. a customer list, you can let us send out email invitations for your survey to each recipient. We will then link the responses with the recipients.
It is really easy to set up: Simply create a message, import your recipients and let us send your personalized survey email invitations in bulk.
Learn more about sending email invitations here: Sending Survey Invitations
You can embed your online survey into your website or blog. This gives you a great way to collect feedback from your customers or users without them ever having to leave your website. There is no special coding knowledge required.
You can enter survey responses yourself using a survey link that allows multiple entries (Kiosk Mode) from the same device. This makes it very easy to enter responses that you may have collected e.g. on paper. You will then be able to analyze these results along with the rest of your data, using our built-in reporting.
You can restrict access to your survey by requiring an access code to participate. You can generate as many access codes as you need and share them with your potential survey participants. They will be prompted to enter their personal code to enter their response and will only be able to participate once per code. This is ideal for protected surveys as well as for online voting.
WordPress is the most popular CMS choice for websites today. You can easily embed your online surveys into your WordPress website or blog using the official SurveyHero WordPress plugin.
You can generate QR codes for any of your survey links. 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.