Checkbox Survey provides you with several convenient options for deploying a survey:
- Send survey link via email invitation
- Copy and paste survey URL
- Share survey link on Facebook
- Share survey link on Twitter
- Embed a live survey into a web page
New Checkbox users often come from the paper survey world and can’t wait to start transferring their word processor-based (i.e. Microsoft Word) surveys to a shiny new online survey tool. One of the most common mistakes we see these new customers make is not converting their survey content to plain text when copying and pasting it into Checkbox.
Checkbox’s new and improved reporting module makes it easier than ever to view and analyze response data. You can even use multi-source report items to compare multiple questions side-by-side!
For example, we had a survey comparing Twitter post frequency to Facebook post frequency. The answer options for both questions were the same:
As we approach mid-November, while many of us are making preparations for the holiday season, students and teachers are gearing up for mid-terms and finals. If you are an academic institution or faculty member getting ready to wrap up the semester, distributing online course evaluations is an excellent way to monitor student satisfaction and prepare for next semester.
Matrix Items can be great form-building tools, especially when utilizing the “Header” row option to create form categories. For example, in the medical form below we used row headers to separate patient information, physician information, and current medications. The headers break up the space, making it easier for respondents to complete the form.
It’s been about two months since our July Share a Survey winner, The Centre for P.E.A.C.E, started using Checkbox Survey. The community-focused nonprofit organization indicated on their initial Share a Survey entry form that they planned to launch an “iSPIRIT” survey using Checkbox, with the goals of increasing future funding and “collecting useful data to assis