Sunday, August 16, 2015

Survey Forms

Questionnaires and queries

You don't necessarily need special survey software to put out inquires.
These add-ins will let you produce an email survey. :
"RSVME is a free application that integrates with Outlook and other email packages, and makes obtaining feedback from people a snap! You can quickly and easily put together a questionnaire on any subject, from the best time for soccer practice to who's bringing what food to a party. Then select names out of your address book you want to send the questionnaire to, and send. It's that simple! As your friends get your email and answer your questionnaire, you get the response back in one simple-to-read report"
Survey Sample Form
"This Microsoft Outlook sample message form by Scott Bradley makes it easy to create surveys. Instead of building a different form for each survey you need to conduct, you can use this single form to create many different types of surveys. It supports five different types of questions:
  • Simple text
  • Yes/No
  • Five-level agree scale from Strongly Disagree to Strongly Agree
  • 1 to 10 (user enters a number)
  • Multiple choice (up to five choices)

When the user receives the survey, the form uses a wizard-like format to display the questions one at a time and allow the user to go back and change answers. The form returns responses to the sender in both Q&A and comma-delimited formats and then deletes the survey item."

Also see:

Custom Forms

How to Simulate More Than Two Form Interfaces

One free web based survey site is

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