Can I install and still design the survey at the same time?
The Task Analytics tracking code is unique per survey. The tracking code will not change when making alteration and/or adjusting the settings of the pop-up or survey.
Installing & refining the survey at the same time
You’re able to install the script while still working on the survey design. This can speed up the process and allows you to collaborate to:
- Install the Task Analytics script
Send the tracking code to your colleagues responsible for publishing the script on your website, app or intranet or staging environment
- Setup your survey
A new survey you create is activated by default. If you’re not ready for having the survey deployed, deactivate the survey until you are ready to do so
- Design & refine the survey
Work on the survey, task lists, pop-up invitation and survey settings in the meantime, regardless whether the tracking code is installed or not
- Preview the survey
You can test the survey using the preview function in Task Analytics (if the tracking code isn't live yet) or by using the preview URL parameter ?_tmcf on your website. The preview will allow you to see the pop-up and survey without activating the survey
Activate or deactivate your survey
You can activate or deactivate your survey at any time. This features comes in handy when you have more than one survey running on your website. By default, a newly created survey will be activated. Activate or deactivate a survey Select your survey ...
Find your Task Analytics Tracking Code
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Survey Design: Message card
A message card is a card that does not contain a question. Message cards are often used as the last card in your survey, whereas you maybe want to thank the participant or add a link to another page. But you can also use message cards in between ...
Multiple languages for your survey
You can set up Task Analytics for multiple languages. The pop-up invitation will show all available languages for the visitor to choose from. View an example of a pop-up invitation with 2 languages (English and Norwegian). How does the languages ...