When’s the last time you heard someone say they love zooming in and out of their mobile phone or tablet in order to be able to read an email or online content? Wait, never? Yeah, me either. So why would you choose mobile survey software that forces your survey respondents to do exactly that?
Surveys and forms are increasingly being completed on mobile devices, which is why it’s important to choose a survey provider who can meet your mobile survey needs.
Technically, any Checkbox survey can be taken on a mobile device, but the availability of built-in mobile themes and the use of jQuery Mobile technology to detect and auto-scale surveys for mobile devices and browsers will allow you to create surveys and forms that are truly optimized for phones and tablets.
This week we held our first-ever online Mobile Styles training, which covered the benefits and best practices of creating mobile-ready styles for surveys. In this training we shared a number of tricks for optimizing surveys for tablets and smartphones. Our trainee especially liked our tip for conditionally excluding the progress bar on a survey based on a respondent’s device/browser type.
For example, let’s say you want a survey’s progress bar to display for respondents using desktop computers but not for respondents […]
Not all respondents complete surveys and forms at their desks. Many of them are on the move, which is why we’ve made it possible to take surveys on mobile devices and tablets. Technically, any Checkbox survey can be taken on a mobile device, but the availability of mobile style templates, a mobile browser detector, and the best practice guidelines below will allow you to create surveys and forms that are truly optimized for smartphones and tablets.
Mobile devices and tablets […]