In today’s fast-paced world, events have become an essential part of marketing and communication strategies. Whether it’s a conference, a trade show, or a product launch, events offer businesses a unique opportunity to engage with their target audience and create lasting connections. However, measuring the success of an event can be a daunting task, and this is where post-event survey tools come in. These tools help event organizers gather valuable feedback from attendees and gain insights into what worked and what didn’t.
Post-event feedback and survey tools are typically cloud-based, online platforms with a set of different features to fit a variety of different use cases.
We’ve talked about how post-event surveys can help you improve your events. Now, we’re bringing a list of our favorite post-event survey tools.
While RSVPify’s focus is on event management prior to and on the day of the event, we’ve seen countless post-event surveys created through the platform, and assisted our customers in setting this up. Event planners can create custom surveys with a variety of question types, including multiple-choice, and open-ended questions. Users can also customize the design of any survey to match branding, and RSVPify provides detailed analytics and reporting to help analyze survey results. Through our integration with Zapier, RSVPify also integrates with other event planning tools, like email marketing platforms and project management tools, to help streamline your event planning and survey-sending process.
SurveyMonkey is probably the most popular survey tool right now. They make it easy to create, send, and even accept payments within surveys and come with a variety of question types, survey templates, and customization options. The free plan allows you to collect 100 responses a month, and the paid plans start at $25 per user per month.
Typeform is a user-friendly survey tool that offers a conversational, mobile-optimized survey experience. With Typeform, users can create surveys with a variety of question types, including multiple-choice, rating scales, and open-ended questions. They offer templates to help get started and interactive elements to keep people engaged. With their “Logic Jumps” feature, Typeform has mastered the ability to create surveys with conditional logic involved and allows you to direct people to the next question based on the answer to the previous one. While they do have a free offering, most features come with a paid plan which start at $35 per month.
Google Forms is a free survey tool that integrates with other Google services, like Google Sheets and Google Drive. With Google Forms, users can create custom surveys with a variety of question types, including multiple-choice, checkbox, and short answer. While Forms offer limited customization options in terms of colors and design, the product is easy to use and navigate around. Given that it is a free product, it doesn’t offer some of the advanced features other products do, but for those who need a simple form, Google Forms is a solid option.
While largely similar to TypeForm, JotForm gives you access to all features even on the free tier. With a paid plan users can receive more responses, as well as create and save more forms in a single account. Paid plans start at $24 per month, but this product is billed annually. Templates offer an easy starting point, or users can start from scratch and create a custom survey.