Collecting nominative datas allows you to know who is responding to the survey. It highlights the responses of one or several respondents using our analysis tool (filters, comparative tables).
Use the link displayed in the “Publishing”, to obtain anonymous data,
However, anonymous data can be transformed into personal data.
To do this:
You must include form-type questions in your survey such as name and email.
When Editing these questions in the “Survey Editor”
Tick the box "Add the respondent in Contacts"
In this way all respondents who answer these questions, will be added to your contacts in Contact Manager.
Note : This option must be activated before publication.
With the [$-link-$] or [$-url-$] tags, your respondents will receive a personal link that can be used once.
Their answers will be associated to their email address and their names only if this information has been imported into your contact manager
In both case, your respondents’ identity will be displayed in the email and/or first name / last name columns of your individual data ( in "results and data”).