Use a template to save time by starting with a set of pre-made questions designed to meet the goals of your project. When you use a template, you can still customize the survey and questions.

Creating a form? Try starting from one of our popular online form templates.

To create a survey using a template:

  1. Click Create Survey in the upper-right corner of your account.
  2. Click Start from template.
  3. Choose a category from the dropdown menu to browse available templates or search templates by keyword. If you're in a team, you can choose Team templates.
  4. Click on a template to see a preview of the survey questions and an overview of the survey.
  5. When you find a template you want to use, click Use this template at the bottom of the preview.
  6. Edit the survey however you'd like. It's possible to add or edit questions, delete questions, and change the look and feel of your survey before sending it to survey takers.

SurveyMonkey templates have questions written by our survey experts to reduce bias and help you collect the data you need.

Paid Templates

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Some templates are only available on paid plans. For example, most templates that have more than 10 questions require a paid plan to use them. Some templates with more than 10 questions are available on all plans, but you'll need a paid plan to edit the questions in the template.

For a complete and up-to-date preview of SurveyMonkey templates, we recommend browsing templates in your account. You can also check the list of templates.

TIP! Look for the Benchmark icon to find templates that include benchmarkable questions. These questions let you compare your data against others who’ve used that question.

If you're a Primary Admin or Admin of a team, you can create your own templates that anyone in your team can use. Team templates are saved in your team's Library.

If you're part of a team, you can create a survey using a team template from your team's Library or choose one when creating a survey.