Beyond Survey Monkey: Slide, Slide, Questions, Slide, Slide, Question
July 10, 2019 9:05 PM   Subscribe

It's time to do a staff survey, and I'm looking for an online survey tool that will let me provide a few slides of context in advance of each question.

In particular, I'm looking for a tool that will let me structure a survey this way:

1-3 PPT slides of context [read at your own pace]
1 page of simple questions
1-3 PPT slides of context
1 page of simple questions

One key thing: This is not a real-time survey. I need people to be able to read the Powerpoint slides at their own pace, then answer the questions, whenever they'd like. Then they submit at the end.

Bonus points if there's a way to go back and look at the last two slides while you're typing your responses on the third page.

Any ideas for tools? (I haven't been able to get Surveymonkey to do this, and Slido doesn't seem to do this except for real-time presentations, but I may be wrong.)
posted by rdn to Computers & Internet (3 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
Not sure if it's got the ppt functionality, but perhaps Google Survey?
posted by freethefeet at 10:21 PM on July 10 [1 favorite]

Qualtrics should do this if you opt for a "back" button.
posted by metasarah at 3:49 AM on July 11 [1 favorite]

Yes, Qualtrics. The free version has limitations in terms of numbers of respondents, only one survey active at a time, etc. so you'd need to see if it would work for you if you don't already have access to it. You can have a "question" include a slide (like an image), a question be text of any length (re-create your ppt slide text in the Qualtrics question box), or you can even have a file that the respondent could download, so that they could view the slides while answering questions as you mentioned (not sure all question types are available in free version).

Also, on Qualtrics you determine pagination yourself, so if you want two slides and some questions to display on the same page (scroll down instead of hitting "next" arrow) you can do that.
posted by kochenta at 9:34 AM on July 11 [1 favorite]

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