Posts Tagged ‘new feature’


Introducing Improved Sharing and Custom Charts

We’re excited to announce a few great new ways to make the most of your survey results. Since we rolled out new Analyze last fall, we’ve been working hard to add features like data...

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WATCH: Nuts & Bolts of the New SurveyMonkey Enterprise

Yesterday Dave announced exciting news about our new SurveyMonkey Enterprise product. Now I want to walk you through what we’ve been building. We noticed that many of you have been asking the same questions...

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New! SurveyMonkey Enterprise

This is a very exciting day for all of us at SurveyMonkey. We’ve been spending the past few years upgrading our technology architecture so that we can build additional products, features and functionality that...

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New! Introducing Question History

In July of 2011 we released Question Bank, and since then, thousands of surveys each week include our certified questions.  Since we launched, one thing we've wanted to do is make it easier for...

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New Feature: Instantly Display Survey Results

Ever wanted to share the results of your survey with your respondents? With our newest feature, Instant Results, you can do exactly that. Once enabled, Instant Results adds a page to the end of your...

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New Advanced Logic Feature: Random Assignment

If you've ever wanted wanted to test how question wording, descriptive text, or even images might impact responses, you can now do it right within SurveyMonkey. Our new feature, Random Assignment, lets you randomly assign...

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New Advanced Logic Feature: Question and Answer Piping

We recently launched new plans on SurveyMonkey for our customers (SELECT, GOLD, and PLATINUM) and wanted to share more information about the new features that are included and also how we decided to add what we did. We started by surveying and speaking directly with a wide cross-section of our customers to find out what features would make SurveyMonkey even better. It became clear to us that there were several sets of features customers really wanted...

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