Setting up all Survicate surveys is a piece of cake.
1. Sign up.
Click the "Send this survey for free" button above to sign up. Use your business email.
Aren't you ready to make a commitment and sign up for a paid plan? Don't worry. By clicking the button, you're signing up for a free account. There are no strings attached!
2. Customize the survey to make it match your brand.
Survicate's Single Ease Question survey template follows the best practices of usability testing research. We don't recommend altering it.
What you can consider doing is customizing the survey template. Change the colors of the fonts and the survey background to make it look on-brand. You can also brand it even more and add your company logo. This is a paid feature, though.
3. Set targetting.
If you’re going to run usability testing on a live app or website, you can enable the survey to display once a test particpant performs and action - define the events and set them as triggers in the feedback collection tool.
4. Add integrations.
Survicate offers you a selection of 3rd-party integrations. It integrates with CRMs, product management tools, and marketing automation software. No coding skills are required to connect the tools as the platform leads you step-by-step through the process.
Product teams will be most interested in integrating tools like Mixpanel, Amplitude, or ProductBoard. Enabling the integrations will let you combine the user feedback from the surveys with other data and easily access it in your product management software. How handy and time-efficient!
Consider also adding communicators like Slack or Microsoft Teams. It'll let you receive your remote usability testing feedback in your communication channels in real-time.
5. Launch the survey.
If you’re about to run usability tests on a website that is life, install the tracking code. To do that, use a Google Tag Manager, Segment, Survicate’s Wordpress plugin, or do it manually.
6. Analyze the feedback and design solutions loved by users. ;)
If you're reading this, you don't have to be conviced that user-centered design makes sense. :) Collect the user feedback and put it to good use!
Give our SEQ survey template a try. And best of luck with your usability testing next project!