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Find Out What's New At SurveyAnalytics

Thursday May 26th at 9:30 AM PST

Sign up here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/474713098

Join us on Thursday May 26th at 9:30 AM PST as we showcase fun new product offerings available from SurveyAnalytics. If you’ve seen some new items and wonder what they are, this is a great forum to satisfy your curiosity! Dedicated exclusively for existing clients, this session will allow you to view what’s available from SurveyAnalytics and think about expansion opportunities to your current research strategy in the near future.

New tools we will be showcasing include:

-SurveyPocket: The first offline and online mobile field research app for iPad/iPhone.

-MicroPanel: Creating your own communities just got easier than ever.

-New features and aesthetics added to SurveyAnalytics to enhance the respondent experience.

We will then open up a time for a Q&A session and also include an opportunity for you, the user, to make suggestions and have other users vote on them. In fact you can start this right now!

Add suggestions/feedback and vote on ideas for SurveyAnalytics here: http://whatsnewonsurveyanalytics.ideascale.com

We hope you are able to join us for this webinar presentation and look forward to your opinions and feedback.

Click here to sign up: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/474713098

Thank you!

The SurveyAnalytics Team

Comments

  1. How much is it?
    -How long is the subscription good for? Is it time limited?
    -Can the survey results be downloaded to and Excel or SPSS (a stats program)
    spreadsheet?
    -Does the app generate charts/graphs with the collected data?

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