Sharing Your Project

Once you’ve finished building your survey, form, or quiz, your next step will be to send it. We provide five methods of distribution, which can be seen below:

  1. Generate a link to your Project
  2. Create a Button for your Website
  3. Embed your Project on your Website
  4. Distribute via Email
  5. JavaScript API/ Querystring

Note: Polls can only be distributed using the provided link.

Generate a link to your Project

The ‘simple link’ generator will provide you with a link that can be copied and pasted into URL bars. This is the quickest method of distribution, but any respondents who access your survey via this method will be anonymous.

Note: If you intend to link responses to individual participants, and wish to use this method, then you could include a Contact Form in your project.

Under this section, you will also find a downloadable QR code for your project, which can be placed on your printed document to allow smartphone users to scan and open your form seamlessly.

Share to Social Media

Beneath your project link, you’ll find an array of Social Media links that you’re able to share your project through. Some of these include:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • WordPress
  • Pinterest

Create a Button for your Website

The second option embeds a button on your website, which directs respondents to your project once clicked. You will also be able to choose how your project enters the screen, i.e. slide out from the left (see Sidebar Left), slide out from the right (see Sidebar Right), or as a pop-up (See Pop-up).

Code will be provided for these options, and advanced users will be able to send through additional information to be displayed in your project (such as a name) or recorded in the background (such as a user ID or tracking reference).

Embed your Project on your Website

This option is also known as Inline Embedding and will embed the project directly into your website, displaying it amongst all other content.

Distribute via Email

Send invitations to your project via email, using our servers or your own SMTP server. Contacts will need to be imported into your Address Book in order for you to use this method of distribution. You can also enable Tracking to keep note of which contacts have responded to your project and those that haven’t.

JavaScript API

This option requires a basic knowledge of JavaScript/ coding to be accomplished. This uses the JavaScript API to pass information through to our servers, which will be linked with each response. For more information on this method of distribution, you can visit the JavaScript API article.