Products

SurveyMonkey is built to handle every use case and need. Explore our product to learn how SurveyMonkey can work for you.

Get data-driven insights from a global leader in online surveys.

Integrate with 100+ apps and plug-ins to get more done.

Build and customise online forms to collect info and payments.

Create better surveys and spot insights quickly with built-in AI.

Purpose-built solutions for all of your market research needs.

Templates

Measure customer satisfaction and loyalty for your business.

Learn what makes customers happy and turn them into advocates.

Get actionable insights to improve the user experience.

Collect contact information from prospects, invitees and more.

Easily collect and track RSVPs for your next event.

Find out what attendees want so that you can improve your next event.

Uncover insights to boost engagement and drive better results.

Get feedback from your attendees so you can run better meetings.

Use peer feedback to help improve employee performance.

Create better courses and improve teaching methods.

Learn how students rate the course material and its presentation.

Find out what your customers think about your new product ideas.

Resources

Best practices for using surveys and survey data

Our blog about surveys, tips for business and more.

Tutorials and how-to guides for using SurveyMonkey.

How top brands drive growth with SurveyMonkey.

Slice and dice results any way you like

Discover hidden trends with filters and cross tabs.

How did one set of respondents answer your survey? For instance, how did men’s responses compare to women’s? How do perceptions across a series of topics vary across each department in your company?

  • Watch for global trends across all of your survey responses
  • Dig even deeper and apply multiple filters
  • Use cross tabs to compare results by respondent group (e.g., women, doctors, etc.) or how you collected responses (via email, Facebook, etc.)
  • Filter by property (including time period, completed vs. partially completed responses, email address, name, IP address, and one custom data field) to narrow down your results
  • Cross tab your results to look for trends based on how respondents answered (i.e., see how opinions differ between those who say they’ve tried your product vs. those who haven’t)
  • Build custom views based on the criteria you specify, and include only the questions you want
  • Who are your brand champions?
  • Would they spread the good word about your products and services?
  • What do detractors complain about?
  • What areas do they feel you need to improve upon?
  • How do students in specific programs feel about access to university resources?
  • Is there a relationship between department and satisfaction [cross tab]?
  • Does that relationship still exist across undergraduate students and graduate students? [apply filter to cross tab]

Any time you need to dig deeper and isolate segments of your survey data, use filters and crosstabs to save time and unlock intelligent insights.