Follow our simple steps below and you will have your first mobile survey ready in just a few minutes. To give you a good perspective on how the final product will look like, will start with the end in mind – this is what your users will see at the end of these few minutes.
The survey to the left is what user will see on their iPad once they enter the code you send them, or click on the URL, or scan the QR code you shared with them on the printed materials, or at the end of your presentation – can be the last slide on your presentation.
Or the first, if you want to ask your audience some questions, and share the results real time with them.
What ready means? Can the survey be answered on any number of devices?
Your Survey will be ready to be accessed in any number of iPads, iPhones or other iOS devices, Android Phones or tablets, Kindle tablets. More, it can be taken online via a web browser from a Windows PC, a Mac, or any other device that has a browser – Blackberry, Windows Phone, Nokia Symbian Phone etc. .
You can send a link to your survey, or a QR code, or a code to be entered in the Mobile app.
Why would I use the Zwoor Survey app vs. the browser version?
The Zwoor Survey app allows your participants to answer surveys offline. The Survey questions and answers are saved on the Mobile device, and can be downloaded at a later time, when the device has a connection. If your users have spotty connectivity, this is a good way to answer the surveys or collect the data in the field, and then download the answers later.
If the survey is taken via the browser, your users need to be connected, and the simple URL or the QR code will suffice. Here are the links where can download the mobile apps for the Zwoor Survey from iTunes or Google Play.
OK, I’m Ready to create the Mobile Survey. What do I do?
Fours steps to a complete Mobile Survey – from survey creation to interpreting the results
There are are four steps to create, distribute and analyze the survey results:
•2. Create survey questions
•3. Inform users on how to take the survey
•4. Analyze data
Step 1. Create Survey Info
This step creates the “master data” for your survey – the name of the survey, the code that will be used to access the survey, if the survey will run on tablets only, and the info that your users will see once they access the survey.
You will also enter a time window for when the survey will be available. This feature allows you to control WHEN the users can enter the data.
You’ll notice that, once you create the survey, a QR code and a URL is created. You can send these as well to your users, so they can access the survey in the most convenient way.
Step 2: Create the Survey questions
The next step is to Create survey questions.
Here, you will Select the Type of question (-Multiple choice single selection, One line text, Slider etc.), and then enter the question and potential answers. Don’t forget to press “Create question” . That’s it.
Change the order of the questions by simply dragging and dropping the questions.
Step 3: Inform users on how to take the survey
There are three main ways to share the survey with your users:
Step 4: Analyze Data
Here you can View reports, Charts, or Download Data for further analysis, or you can even display real time the charts, while the audience answers.