Dialoghub Survey delivers everything you need for a good survey. With established question types, various types of polls, connected questions, rateable answers and detailed evaluation, a powerful package is at your disposal which will help you gather opinions and trends.
Whether you survey your target group for extended periods of time or hold a short survey session – the evaluation options give you a constant overview of current trends: here and now.
Create strong and meaningful surveys with multiple choice, free text, slider and sort questions.
At events and generally in surveys it is necessary to ask the right questions. With the question types that Dialoghub comes with, it provides durable results.
Bar and pie charts as well as tag clouds evaluate polls conveniently and appealingly.
Evaluations can be brought to the projector and other big screens as well as output anywhere with widgets: be it on an evaluation site in news articles or in Exchange posts. All question types can be evaluated in text form and exported as raw data.
Right and wrong answers can be given in the quiz. Quiz participants go through the questions and answer them to their best knowledge. After completion, a score is calculated which is shown in the ranking.
Or: opposites attract. Bring people together that are of similar or different opinion.
After having answered a few questions, an algorithm calculates the differences between all questions on a scale by reference to predetermined parameters. This allows ideal matching partners to be found for every participant of the survey.
Elections set quite high requirements to the evaluation side of a survey. Dialoghub enables evaluation of surveys by the relative or absolute majority of votes.
Especially when voting in events with only online presence, it is critical to be able to track if somebody is present, if they have voted and – as in the case of open elections – what they have voted for. On the basis of clear lists election observers and responsible jurists get a quick overview of the participation rate and, in comparison with evaluation results, of the validity of results.
Surveys exports give you raw data or evaluation for single questions or for all questions of a survey in Excel format.
Ask B if A = 2. Sounds complicated, but it isn't. If you only want certain questions to be asked if previous questions were answered in a particular way, then you define dependency. This ensures that respondents are not bothered with questions that are out of context for them.
Gather reccuring questions in templates to draw on them again and again.
This can be useful for collecting socio-demographic data, for example: once collected they can be used again at any time.
Surveys can be configured to automatically start and end at a specified time.
The rating gives providers of answers the possibility to rate answers of other participants. That way, managers can recognize quickly which answers actually carry weight.