How to post a survey made with Qualrics on SurveySwap?
Did you use Qualtrics as an external survey builder, and want to upload your survey to SurveySwap?
Our platform works with credit links, if you didn’t build your survey with surveyswap, but with another builder (like Google Forms, Qualtrics, SurveyMonkey or any other) you need to make sure you post your credit link at the end of your survey. It is important to upload the link AFTER the submit button, so you will receive your respondents once they click on 'submit', and your respondents will receive their credits, once they click on the credit link.
(1) How do you find your unique SurveySwap link?
You click on ‘new survey’ , ‘import survey’ and then you will have to fill out some information about your survey. Additionally, you can add filters, to choose people who are eligible to fill out your survey. However, do not use to many filters, because the more people who are able to fill out your survey, the more respondents you will receive.
note: it is important to select the correct language you wrote your survey in, because only people who can speak the language you wrote your survey in, are able to fill it out.
(2) The next step is to complete your survey import by pasting the credit link in your external survey. Make sure you copy the credit link and go to the survey you’ve made with Qualtrics.
So how do you place the credit link onto your survey you’ve made with Qualtrics? When you are editing your survey, you’ll find a ‘End of Survey’ bar underneath your last question.
On the right side of that bar you’ll see ‘Survey Termination Options’, once clicked on that button you’ll find a lot of options, just click on ‘Custom end of survey message…’, add ‘New Message’, here you can write a thank you message and paste your unique SurveySwap link.
Once past your unique link, you can go back to SurveySwap and continue by clicking on next.
Congratulations, you have created your survey. Here you can copy your SurveySwap link and send it to your friends or social media, or ‘get respondents’ by taking surveys of others!