Learn how to configure and modify surveys and forms in an intuitive no-code UI that makes form creation effortless even for non-tech users. Simply drag-and-drop questions, assign values, apply skip logic, add translations in different languages and preview the look of your forms on the fly. Show it to your end users to make sure it's got all they need.
We use Azure cloud storage service to provide users with storage facilities for such test/trial surveys created in our Free Survey Tool as well as for the survey results they receive.
You can access the public API using your survey GUIDs to retrieve survey definition (data model) in JSON format, its results grouped by a question, or check survey completion status. Use the private API to manage your survey results and access to published surveys, modify survey JSON, retrieve a list of active or archived surveys, make duplicates, and more.
Download survey results file in Excel, CVS, PDF, or JSON format, or analyze them in the dashboard using interactive charts and tables. Drag and hide charts to change the layout of your dashboard and get a clear picture.
Filter out active or archived surveys
Publish or unpublish
Analyze results in an auto generated dashboard
Download survey results in Excel, CSV, PDF, or JSON format
View survey GUIDs
Create new surveys, and more
The Preview tab lets you see how the form will look. Switch to this tab during the design process to check any changes made to the form.
The logic tab is where you define the flow of your survey to make sure your respondents always get the most relevant questions.
Your entire form is defined as a data model (a ‘schema’) written in JSON. Such a JSON definition is automatically generated in the JSON tab while a form is being configured, and is later user to run the form in a web application with Survey JS Form Library.
The Translation tab displays survey strings and allows you to add your own translated strings, or override existing ones to your liking.