Surveyors can scan respondents’ personal identification (ID) chips to collect their information, like ID numbers, which saves time from respondents having to fill this information in manually. Radio Frequency Identification tags (RFID) can be placed almost anywhere. Above is a picture of a few different forms of RFID tags. One possible use for RFID scanning is at conferences where RFID badges may be distributed to participants.
Learn more about how to use this feature, here.
RFID scanning is available in Enterprise plans.
Latest posts by Shannon McCluskey (see all)
- Exciting New Features are Coming to FluidSurveys - September 30, 2014
- Create Support Tickets Automatically with the Zendesk Integration - January 2, 2014
- Store & Share Responses with FluidSurveys’ Box Integration! - December 10, 2013
- Manage Email Contacts & Campaigns with FluidSurveys’ MailChimp Integration! - December 9, 2013