Ways to Send Your Survey
After you finish designing your survey, create a collector to distribute it. Survey responses are then recorded directly in your account.
To start collecting responses:
- Go to the Collect Responses section of your survey.
- Choose the preferred collector type based on your survey needs. If you already have a collector, click Add New Collector in the upper-right corner of your collector list.
- Edit the collector options to customize your respondents' survey-taking experience.
- Send the survey.
|Web Link||Create a link or QR code for your survey so you can send or post your survey anywhere you'd like.|
|Email Invitation||Use our messaging system to send your survey by email and easily track respondents.|
|Social Media||Post your survey on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.|
|Facebook Messenger||Send a survey people can take directly in Facebook Messenger. People chat with the SurveyMonkey bot to answer the survey questions, and the results are recorded in your SurveyMonkey account.|
|Targeted Audience||Purchase survey responses from people who meet certain demographic criteria. (Not available in all countries.)|
|Website||Embed a survey into a page on your site, have a survey invitation appear when people visit a specific page of your site, or have the survey appear when people visit a specific page of your site.|
|Manual Data Entry||Input responses collected offline or add responses on behalf of someone without an internet connection.|
|Mobile SDK||Get a survey hash used by app developers to add surveys to iOS or Android apps.|
You can use multiple collectors per survey to help you reach respondents through various channels. With a paid plan, you can create an unlimited number of collectors per survey, but there's a limit of 3 collectors per survey for free plans. No matter how many collectors are on a survey, all responses are recorded in the Analyze Results section of the survey. You can filter by collector to focus on a particular group of respondents.
Collector options are survey settings that enable you to customize your respondents' survey-taking experience—they affect who can access your survey, how many times respondents can take the survey, and what respondents see when they're done. Additionally, these settings allow you to track respondents or keep results anonymous.
Make sure to familiarize yourself with collector options before sending out your survey!