97 – SurveyMonkey

Down a further 13 places in 2019

SurveyMonkey is an online survey tool. It allows users to design surveys, collect responses, and analyse the responses of their created surveys. Users can also get access to survey questions and professional templates

Website: SurveyMonkey.com
Cost: Free and Premium versions
Availability: Online

Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2019: 
Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2019: 66
Top 100 Tools for Higher Education 2019: 41

Past Overall Rankings
2017: 84    2017: 50    2016: 70    2015: 64   2014: 62   2013: 55
2012: 51    2011: 74    2010: 48    2009: 88   2008: 54   2007: –

Comments from some of those who selected SurveyMonkey as one of their Top 10 Tools in 2019

  • “Gives us to the ability to deploy training evaluations and surveys days after the class to a geographically spread out group of people.” Staff Instructor/Curriculum Designer, USA
  • “Good feedback tool for insights” Senior HR Advisor, Australia

Previous comments

  • “I use it to do an intake with participants for a training course or to follow up on results for a training course.” Katrin Naert, Netherlands
  • “Really useful for quick surveys, and the free option provides plenty of useful functionality.” Steve Adams, Trainer/Instructor, UK, 2016
  • “A user-friendly survey tool.”
  • “easy to use survey tool”  Debra Lee 2013
  • “helpful for receiving feedback” 2013
  • “the free version, for quick and small scale surveys of students and colleagues” Jane Challinor
  • “Wonderful tool for designing professional looking questionnaires, polls etc. Nothing like it for social science surveys or democracy enhancing polls of citizens views. Web based commercial product. Highly intuitive.” Jack Chapman
  • “Cheap, simple to use polling facility which is simple to set up (eg survey or poll), easy for users to use and which collates results into an Excel file to make your life so much easier. We use this for general polls, surveys, focus-group type activity and during/post course feedback” Seaghan Moriarty

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