It would be very helpful to have the ability to develop custom scoring for surveys in the corporate and enterprise editions. I understand that it can be developed using custom scripting (with a price), but it would be absolutely helpful if it became a point and click option. We are getting numerous requests to develop scored surveys for our internal clients and I would like to be able to meet their specific needs better. ...more »
In concept a great QPRo feature, however the space available to enter (and then view after entry) question and response text is much, much too small. In some cases you are left with a box one line high and only 25 characters wide ! Ever tried forcing in a typical question e.g. "Which one of the followin"... er... that's it. All joking aside, the whole multi-lingual feature needs a radical tidy-up to be more 'user-friendly' ...more »
Make all features and functions that are available in surveys ... available in polls, including: - ability to customize color scheme in polls - allow user to change code in theme for polls so we can customize and brand appropriately - scheduled reports - allow user (and distribution list) to receive the individual poll responses (as well as all of the reports that are available to be emailed on a schedule with the surveys) ...more »
I was talking to Francie from FB and she brought this topic up. If you need to put an inline image in a question (typically this would involve a screenshot or an image of a product) and then ask a couple of questions -- It's kinda cumbersome to do this now. 1. Users don't know HTML and need to learn IMG tags etc. 2. Users think they need to upload the images on their own servers - That may (or may not) be easy and feasable ...more »
It would be helpful for proofreading, editing, etc. if there was a way to print a version of surveys that showed all possible answers as well as any scores assigned regardless of whether the online version shows options in a drop-down menu. Currently the only way for me to do this is to go into each question and to look at the scoring one question at a time. Thanks for considering this!
I suggest you make the prompt for participant code an editable field. Currently, it is hard-coded as "Unique Key:". It would be more meaningful for my participants if the prompt was something like "Please enter your 4-character username." In future surveys, I might want a different prompt, depending on my target audience. (For reference, see http://www.questionpro.com/help/14.html)
Currently, in the reporting, real time analysis you can filter the data by question responses and then add a filter of device type. But when you do, the device type available is Tablet/ smart phone. Given the strong use of smart phones to answer surveys, we'd like to be able to analyse by individual type - e.g. smart phone separately from tablet. Could you please add this to the next lot of changes. With best wishes, ...more »
When filtering the data by the language selected, the questions and answer text in the filtered report should be displayed in the selected language and not the default language.
It would be nice if you could allow the surveypocket version of the survey to look like that of the online version. It has a standard background and does not allow the questions to be formatted the same way. For example, the App doesn’t display multiple selection questions, matrix questions, etc in a usable form. In other words, it doesn’t look like it would if it was an online version as a grid with boxes to select. ...more »
I would like to be able to manage several invitations e-mail for a specific survey. It would be useful in these cases for example : 1/ I've got different kinds of populations to survey : one kind we know very well, another kind of CEOs, another of people we don't know well. Each kind needs a specific e-mail to invite them properly to look at the survey and to complete it. 2/ I want to send a different invitation e-mail ...more »
It would be nice to have an option to download open end comments into an Excel file of their own. Sometimes it is necessary to put the verbatim comments into coded answers. SPSS is hard to analyze long answers because you can't wrap the text within the cell. Sometimes it is also nice to just view the open end comments without the rest of the data.
For data that has been segmented, perhaps aside from a word, excel and powerpoint option, you can also provide an spss report option as well:)