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Need a good cloud survey tool

Need a good cloud survey tool

I need a robust survey tool that enables me to develop a few "parent" surveys, but create an unlimited number of "child" surveys, which can inherit questions and answer, word for word, OR add and delete questions and answers.

Without a system to manage this, I see it could easily get way out of control, especially as customizations roll in.

I also need this survey to be anonymous so that clients can send my URL to their customer list without fear they will be losing their customer list.

I hope to get notifications when a survey has been completed.

What tool can you suggest?

Microsoft OfficeInternet MarketingE-CommerceCloud ComputingOffice Productivity

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8/22/2022 - Mon
abbas abdulla


I recommend you google forms, it's one of the most powerful survey and quizzes platform. It's free and you need only gmail account to access use it. All data will be stored in google sheets where you can carry out further analysis on the survey results.


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Nichole LaRue

Google  Forms is my go to. However, there are occasional hiccups in advance functionality. You may want to investigate both Wufoo & Survey Monkey if you run into any issues with creating your survey with Google Forms.
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James Murphy

I see SurveyMoney has a free basic version. There are also hundreds of template questions from which to choose.

I think the templates tips the balance in favor of SurveyMonkey.

I also have MS Office, and may see of they have question examples...