Build smarter questionnaires
Just publishing a list of all our improved features would look quite impressive, but what does that translate to?
With this new version of Survey Anyplace, it is our primary goal to give you all the tools to build smarter questionnaires. To ask questions in a more engaging way.
Decision trees with complex logic:
New logic rules allow you to build many more steps that take place behind the screens while a respondent takes your questionnaire. It will reduce the number of questions that someone has to take to an absolute minimum.
In three screenshots:
- How the old logic worked:
(Users of the Free and Essential plans will have access to this approach)
- How the new logic works:
(Available for users of the Professional plan and up.)
- What “taking it to the next level” looks like:
(Users with the Enterprise plan are allowed to go crazy with this one.)
An example, using these expanded question logic rules, could look like this:
A food supplements company sells over 30 kinds of products, where each product has its own characteristics.
Pharmacists who are selling these supplements have a lot of difficulties to determine which product is most suited for a particular individual.
By answering a set of simple questions, a decision tree will help them filter through all possible options and point them towards the best choice.
Advanced calculations with formulas:
Built for our lovely Enterprise users out there! This works especially well in cases where you want to make price calculations and automatically generate price proposals at the end of your questionnaire.
Enter a volume and a price per unit, and both will be multiplied. In combination with decision trees, you can lead the customer through the right track.
An example using formulas and custom scoring could look like this:
Your sports blog has an article published on the benefits of drinking enough water.
Enrich the content with a questionnaire that allows readers to calculate their optimal water intake.
Based on answers to questions such as physical exercise, age, weight, location, and temperature …
All scores are added with the correct formulas and return a clear, simple number of liters of water you need to drink a day.