Plugins for extended survey solutions
Use plug-ins to customize Survey&Report to the needs of your organizations. The following plug-ins are available: SR-Advanced Survey, SR-Advanced Report, SR-LTI, SR-LDAP and SR-Flow.
SR-Advanced Survey gives you access to advanced question types such as image maps, side-by-side matrices and open matrices. It also lets you create paper surveys and scan surveys that have been filled out on paper, and provides you with access to the paper mailing function that lets you print messages to your respondents.
If you have special requirements for your reports, this plug-in may prove useful. It contains the possibility to create report readers, e.g. users with limited access to selected reports, to compare several surveys - or chosen questions from several surveys - in a single report, a module for textual analysis, the aggregate report and an advanced calculation function for creating indices.
Our LTI plug-in for LMS-Systems lets you connect the survey tool to your learning platform, for example, Canvas, Moodle or Blackboard. Teachers can create anonymous surveys such as course or subject evaluations for their classes with just a few clicks. Students respond directly inside your LMS tool and can receive email invitations and reminders from the survey tool.
The learning platform can automatically create and display reports to teachers and students. Set up rules to only allow the use of predefined templates, or let your teachers be creative and design their surveys by themselves - you choose.
Using our LDAP connection, you can import users and respondents directly from a directory service (Active Directory), thus simplifying administration and enabling Single Sign-On for your users.
Alternatively, you can use federated login to create and authenticate users and use API or file to import respondents with the desired background information, such as the location of respondents in your organisational tree (hierarchical variable).
SR-Flow allows you to connect multiple surveys and track a group of individuals' responses over time. A follow-up survey can inherit questions from a previous survey. This feature lets you show each respondent their answers from the previous survey and even pre-fill selected questions and let the respondent edit them if desired.
The Flow survey, or the Longitudinal survey, is helpful when you have a panel where respondents answer recurring surveys about, for example, education, products or other topics.
You create the survey using a built-in wizard, which lets you copy the previous survey and add new questions or delete questions.
The following surveys in the series will inherit the respondents from your first survey, and it is possible to add or remove respondents during the survey series.