A lot of people still print survey reports or create Word or PDF versions of reports to share in their organizations. It is time for that to change and choose for a more modern workflow…
We encourage users to shift from creating PDF or Word versions of the report, to instead, sending a share link to a report. Why?
Track happiness, satisfaction and resource needs from your employees working remotely.
of your reports are going to love
how quickly and easily they can filter from now on! As they click, the data and other filters adjust in real time!
Today we have launched our updated media library. It’s been rebuilt from the ground up. It now matches the style of the surveys list and is mobile friendly.
Screen employees & visitors with our best practice coronavirus (COVID-19) screening questionnaire before they start their shift or enter the premises.
Where are your respondents?
Our new report element ‘Map
‘, lets you explore and visualize the locations of your respondents.
We are introducing key driver analysis (KDA) to our survey reports. Great insights without specialty statistical software. A key driver analysis examines the relationships between potential drivers and behavior such as the likelihood of a positive recommendation (NPS).
Our survey list and homepage page are being combined and getting a makeover.
Verification (or Completely Automated Public Turing Test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a common web technique used to help ensure that your respondents are real humans and not a program written to spam your survey.
Auto-tagging is a process of applying tags to open answers based on keywords, in near real-time. We all know that open answers hold gems that lead to insight. Manual tagging can be slow, especially for large volumes. Auto-tagging can do the heavy lifting for you, so that you can spend time turning those insights into action!
You can use display logic to create surveys that are customized to each respondent.
This was already possible at the page level and now you can go much further. When a specific question, sub-question or answer choice pertains only to certain respondents, you can hide it conditionally, based on previous answers or metadata. Through this low level display logic, you can create surveys that dynamically adapt to your respondents’ answers and custom fields.
What is it?
We are introducing a powerful scripting language to enhance your surveys and reports called the CheckMarket Scripting Language or CSL for short.
At its most basic level, it is easy to use. You can use it to place variables in your surveys and reports by selecting them from a drop-down.
At its most advanced, our scripting language gives you tremendous freedom to use complex logic to make calculations, show or hide certain blocks of texts or images and much more. So put on your computational thinking cap and let’s dig in…
We have added the ability to pre-populate an answer to a survey question through the URL or setting a default answer which can be meta-data, random selections, variables, and fixed values.
We have added the ability to assign point values to answer options. You can use this to create quizzes and assessments, but there are a lot of other uses in surveys too!
You know that feeling when you already looked at your data from all angles? You separated it based on gender, age, socioeconomic status and even location, but you still think there is more to discover? Factor and cluster analysis help you discover patterns in your dataset that go beyond simply splitting it up according to demographics, and in this blogpost we will explain how to best use both of them.
Employee surveys are key tools for any business. They can measure the mood in a company, allow employees to give input and see how an employer is doing on certain issues.
To make employee surveys work, however, you need a sufficient amount of employees filling them in. Having high degrees of non-response can cause your survey to be less reliable and can cause biases to arise.
“The ability to learn faster from customers is the essential competitive advantage that startups must possess”, wrote Eric Ries in his book The Lean Startup, the unofficial bible of the startup movement. Measuring customer feedback is extremely important to startups, and in this blogpost we will show you how three of them (TransferWise, Uber and Airbnb) do it.
CheckMarket is introducing data retention controls that allow you to manage how long your contact and respondent data is held on our servers. We will automatically delete contact and respondent data that is older than the retention period you select.
Our question editor has gotten an overhaul, and we think you’re gonna love it!
Surveys have changed a lot in the last fifteen years. For instance, customer satisfaction has gone from a long once-a-year survey to short continuous longitudinal surveys spread across the customer journey. CheckMarket has evolved too, introducing new features and best practices along the way.
More and more companies ask their customers for feedback nowadays. We at CheckMarket think that the increase of customer-centricity is great, but unfortunately there’s not only good news attached to it. People are getting a bit tired of filling in surveys, because they simply receive lots and lots of invitations on a regular basis. Survey fatigue is coming to the surface. Since getting valuable feedback is essential, how do you make people open your invitations? These 5 tips will help you get your feedback requests clicked on more easily.
Champagne for everyone, because we’ve got some great and exciting news! Capterra has named us in their Top 20 Most Popular Survey Software report. We’re included for the very first time this year and we already ranked 18th, so we couldn’t be more proud.
How does our Net Promoter Score compare to the scores of our competitors? It seems like a natural question. Why shouldn’t we benchmark our NPS against others?
Because it’s not about the number!
It’s about using an NPS system to improve your own internal processes and become a more customer centric organization.
Conducting a survey is one thing, but conducting a survey that generates valuable insights is another. Question types, distribution, testing, … There’s a lot to keep in mind. Luckily for you, we created a useful checklist that will guide you every step of the way. Now it’s up to you. Follow these steps, tick them off when they are finished and conduct your perfect survey!
App builders often do not know a lot about their users. They have all kinds of behavioral data, such as how often the app is opened, how long the user spends, …
But they don’t have demographics (age, gender, …) and very little feedback about the user’s experiences or grievances. It is possible to conduct a survey in app, without sending their user away to the browser.
As a survey software provider it’s our job to keep our clients’ data safe. So far, we have earned the trust of 10,000+ users around the world, however, that doesn’t mean we can rest on our laurels. Our developers are working hard on new ways to keep your data locked all the time. Here’s a run down of our survey security policy.
Probably the hardest part of surveying is coming up with the right questions and finding the right words to do so. What you ask is a matter of understanding the psychology of your target audience. Wording your questions is a different matter. It requires talent, skills and practice (and lots of it). So let’s share the knowledge and give you some tips and best practices to help you write better survey questions which in turn will improve survey response rates significantly.