Choosing the Right Web Form
No matter what type of application you're building, Qrvey has the perfect web form to meet your needs. In this article, we'll provide a brief overview of the different web form types and when best to use them.
Forms allow you to collect information like names, addresses, phone numbers and emails and are the go-to choice for most applications. They offer a variety of question types and their analytics include tabular, spreadsheet-like view of your data. Forms also include some unique features, like sections and columns, which allow you to display your forms in multiple columns and across multiple pages. Learn more about forms.
If your application requires branching, or the ability to ask different questions based on the responses received, then Survey is the right choice. Surveys ask questions one at a time, which makes branching possible. You can include a variety of question and field types in your survey and analytics can be presented either in a tabular or summary view with visualizations. Learn more about surveys.
Quizzes are a fun way to gather feedback and test knowledge. With quiz, you can assign points to each question and set the correct answers. The output of a quiz is a leaderboard which will rank all of your respondents based on how they did. Learn more about quizzes.
Checklist is a unique web form type that lets you create lists of items to quickly see what's been done and what's still left to do. Checklists can be split into sections and offer their own analytics to break down your list by item and also by respondent. Learn more about checklists.
NPS lets businesses generate a net promoter score, a standardized metric of customer satisfaction that can be tracked over time. This web form consists of one question on a 1-10 scale, followed by an optional comment box. The analytics for NPS will display your overall score, along with the breakdown of how happy or unhappy your customers are. Learn more about NPS.