FluidSurveys Update

We promised a FluidSurveys update and now its here! Not only has our software been updated but also our website. Our new website updates include a revised homepage and a very detailed features page. Our features page includes an easy to use search engine so you can quickly look up the specifics on a particular feature that you are interested in. Our software enhancements include:

  • The Survey editor has a 10x speed increase (especially useful for people using IE6)
  • There is now API Access to FluidSurveys.  Where you can change the width of the columns of matrix questions in “real time”.
  • Brand new advanced branching interface – more effective, more powerful, and with more options.
  • Updated Natrix Question allowing for more intense surveying
  • With the quiz question you can now Create Tests / Quizzes, Show Scores, and even Show Correct/Incorrect Answers.
  • 3D Matrix on Steroids – Spreadsheet Question – Create Multiple Column Questions and include a different question type in each question.
  • Updated and More Robust Survey Invite Tool.
  • + many other enhancements….

We are happy and proud of the advances we have made in our software. However, as always with new updates we are still working out the quirks 🙂 if you have any questions or concerns please send us an e-mail and we will look into it ASAP. Enjoy all of the new updates!

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Aydin Mirzaee

Aydin is currently the Co-CEO of Fluidware where he spends his time focused on product strategy, marketing and growth for the company's FluidSurveys (http://fluidsurveys.com) and FluidReview (http://fluidreview.com) products. Aydin co-founded Fluidware in 2008 and since then it has grown to become a market leader with customers in over 80 countries.
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1 Comment

  • Donald "Matt" McCarter says:

    I love the changes for privacy. It will be very useful for students to conduct anonymous surveys and ease IRB approval for human studies.

    I’d like to recomend one other change. Once invites are sent in the publish tab, the email addresses should be hidden when choosing to execute an anonymous survey. The completion status can be show, but the address should not.

    Also, a tool should be developed so that people can remove an email address from the invite list (to prevent further contact from someone who wants to opt out).

    Perhaps there can be a ‘enter to remove’ function. Enter a specific address to remove, the system looks in the invite list, and removes it with your confirmation.

    Just some ideas. You guys have a powerful tool and I’m glad I found your site!