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WATCH: How to Create a Thank You Page

WATCH: How to Create a Thank You Page
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Everybody likes to be thanked–especially your survey respondents. Adding a “Thank You” page at the end of your survey is a great way to show your appreciation and also lets survey-takers know that their responses have been collected.

So, how do you get started? Check out this quick video for all the details on how to say thanks.

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  • Too many steps. Steps are not in a logical order. Thank you pages have nothing to do with Collectors. This is not intuitive. Great to add a thank you page — this is a dumb way to do it. Please re-code your system to provide it in the designer where it will be easy to see, use, and makes more sense.

    • Kayte K

      Hi Den, thank you for your feedback. We always welcome comments and suggestions and we’ll pass this on to our product team. Thanks for reading!

      • Helene

        I agree with Den Man. This was easy to do on Zoomerang, and not easy on Survey Monkey.

  • Andrew Dutch

    Re Say “Thanks” video, if you create a ‘thank you page’ this will not be included in the print out (to hand out at events, etc). I simply add an extra page at end of the survey.

  • Joseph Muthiani Malechwanzi

    Thank you all and have wonderful merry Christmas and a happy new year.

    • Kayte K

      Same to you, Joseph! Thanks so much for reading and let us know if you ever need help. 🙂

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    Is there a demo on adding an image under the Thank You Page for a document such as certificate?

    • Kayte K

      Hi Paula, great question! We don’t have a demo for adding an image under the Thank You page but it’s a great suggestion and we’ve forwarded it to our video-making team. 🙂

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