With app.usabilla.com, you can embed surveys into your Zendesk emails to learn how satisfied your customers are with your email responses. You can create a macro for this in Zendesk to use when replying to a ticket. You’ll need to edit your embedded survey so it displays properly in Zendesk and tracks any variables you want.
You'll need basic HTML knowledge to edit your survey for Zendesk.
To use a new GetFeedback campaign:
To use an existing campaign:
Edit the survey format and style to make sure it displays correctly in Zendesk.
Custom variables track customer data in GetFeedback. In Zendesk, these variables are called placeholders. For example, you can use placeholders to track your respondent’s name, role, and organization.
To gather this data in Zendesk, you’ll need to add placeholders as custom variables to each link in your embedded survey.
To add Zendesk placeholders to your embedded survey:
For reference, we've added a full example of how it will look down below using JSfiddle. Keep in mind that this example will need to be changed to match your own widget.
Once you edit the HTML and add placeholders, you can add the embedded survey to Zendesk. You’ll create a macro and paste your embedded survey into it.
Zendesk doesn’t allow you to add HTML to your email, so you’ll need to use the rich text version. To copy your widget:
Macros in Zendesk let you quickly add content to your email and set certain values in the ticket. You can also make widgets available to certain agents only.
For your embedded email survey, create a macro that sets the comment mode to "public" and adds the widget to your response.
To add your embedded survey to your email, apply the macro to your response. Any survey responses are sent to GetFeedback.