Hai friends can you list some websites for creating surveys for events engagement?
Of course, you have the survey tool within Bridge. Have you played with that?
Can you tell us a little more about what you are trying to accomplish with event engagement so we can give better assistance on this?
Depending on what you are trying to accomplish,Survey Monkey or Qualtrics are great survey programs for typical types of survey questions and pulling analytics from the responses. Kahoot! is a quiz/competition software that we have used to make dry meetings/training a bit more fun. Participants use their smart phone (or laptop) as a personal remote.
Poll Everywhere is a free Add In for Microsoft PPT that allows you to insert questions or graphics that populate based on a live vote with your audience. Again, smart phones or laptops for personal remotes.
I agree with Sarah. Qualtrics and Survey Monkey are what we use. They're author user-friendly and have great reporting functionality and SM is quite affordable.
The other recommendations you posted, Sarah is helpful. Thanks for posting!
In addition to the other mentioned options (including Bridge's native builder) we sometimes use Google Forms. It's a nice option too.
My company is a Microsoft shop, so we don't have access to Google Forms, but I just discovered that Microsoft also has a product called Forms that mysteriously looks like Google Forms. It works well if you guys use Microsoft products.
You can also build surveys using an authoring tool like the one I use, SmartBuilder, and the SCORM it puts out pairs beautifully with Bridge for gathering data. I often do that so I can design my own surveys with open ended questions and such and gather exactly what I want.
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