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Product Release: Survey Analytics Verison 5.5 Release

We have just released Version 5.5 of the Survey Analytics Platform on September 5, 2014. We wanted to tell you about a few exciting updates in the latest release as well as what we've fixed based on reported issues in our last release.

Survey Analytics Core Features and Enhancements:

Heatmap Enhancements

When looking at a picture there is more than 1 area that may draw your attention. Heatmap questions want to know what these areas are. In Survey Analytics Version 5.5, respondents are now able to drag and crop up to 5 areas of interest in the Heatmap image testing question type. This has many applications for ad testing, improving websites and landing pages, and so on. Watch the video below to see different parts of the comic strip from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

New Questions for Logic

With Survey Analytics Version 5.5, we now have new question types available to manage your logic criteria as well as branching and skip patterns. We had many clients that wanted to conduct logic criteria on these question types, so we added this feature to expand upon our current logic offerings. These question types include:
  • Date/time 
  • Open ended numeric input 
  • Open ended comments 
  • Rank order 
  • Side by side matrix


New Data Segmentation/ Filter Tool

We have also enhanced the data segmentation and filtering tool in Survey Analytics Version 5.5 to include some new question types. These question types include:
  • Date/time 
  • Open ended numeric input 
  • Open ended comments 
  • Rank order 
  • Side by side matrix

SurveyPocket Maintenance:

  • Multilingual questions fixed for drop down question types 
  • Discrete choice conjoint question type fixed 
  • Image formatting enhanced

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