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!
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.
Slack is a great tool that helps teams communicate more efficiently, keeping all members in the loop at all times without wasting valuable time. Here at CheckMarket we’re avid fans of the software and so are thousands of professionals around the world. That’s why we’re very proud to announce our Slack survey integration. From now on, teams can receive survey notifications directly in their Slack account.
This summer marks the birth of a new survey question type: sliders! Sliders are an engaging and interactive type of survey question. How it works? The respondent clicks a button and drags or slides it along a horizontal line indicating their positive or negative feeling towards a certain statement or question.