The article highlights the link that will be used to distribute the survey to the target audience.
💡 This article covers
Survey Link Copy
💼 What it does
- Allows you to view your survey as it is displayed and shared publicly. This is the link that you will use to distribute your survey publicly.
Pro-tip: Double check that you are sharing this link, as opposed to a preview link.
🔨 How it works
- To share your live survey link with your audience and begin collecting survey responses, go to the Survey Editor and click on Distribute. Click Copy to retrieve the live Survey Link.
- Multiple survey links will appear if you have created a survey with multiple languages. Click here to learn more about adding and distributing multi-language surveys.
💼 What it does
- Allows you to customize your survey link and analyze your data based on known information.
💪 When to use it
- Here are some examples of data you can pass using URL parameters.
- Respondent email address
- Customer ID
- Demographics such as gender, age, etc.
- Traffic source
- Subscription tier
- Any other known information available from your CRM or about the group of respondents you sent your survey to
Note: It is not necessary to predefine your URL parameters. You can note which parameters you expect and want to show analytics, even before they’re sent. The one exception is Salesforce. Salesforce requires a known URL parameter to know which object to update. Click here to learn about the Salesforce integration.
As URL parameters are a lengthy topic, we've broken it off into one, separate page where you can learn how to do the following:
Pass known parameters into a survey using the survey URL
Understand the structure of a survey link with URL parameters
Pass URL parameters into an embedded survey
Set up survey logic based on URL Parameters
Analyze four URL parameter use cases
Analyze results using Custom Fields passed as URL Parameters