Send surveys via GetResponse

Distribute your surveys through GetResponse emails, match your users with responses and automate follow-up emails

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Written by Agnieszka
Updated over a week ago

With Survicate, you can create email surveys to send them via GetResponse.

If you use a mailing list in GetResponse to distribute your surveys, we automatically capture subscribers' first name, last name, and email address information - so you'll know who responded to your survey! You'll be able to filter survey results by these attributes, too. You can also add any attributes to your survey link that are supported by GetResponse.

There are two ways to distribute your survey with GetResponse:

Step 1. Create an email survey

Create your survey from the Create new survey button. Select Email or shareable link survey, and pick whether you'd like to use a ready template, create a survey with AI, or start from scratch. Now, build your survey by adding your questions, and applying survey logic.

❗️Please Remember! If you want to embed your survey in an email, the first question of your survey needs to be either a welcome message, single choice, a smiley scale, rating scale or a Net Promoter Score®. If you choose any other type of question as to the first one, we will only provide you with the link to your survey.

Step 2. Design your survey experience

Customize your survey page in the design tab, by adding your company logo, and changing colors. Make your surveys entirely branded as your own!
Under the settings tab, you can enable other options like multiple responses.

In the settings, you can also enable navigation, progress bar, email answers confirmation, or modify the survey's messages.

Step 3. Configure the survey settings

Once you are ready with your survey, head on to the Configure tab and pick GetResponse as the distribution tool under 'Identify respondents with':

Under the Configure tab, you can also enable other options, such as multiple responses.

Step 4. Optional: Set up integrations for your email survey

Enable your Integration of choice to send the responses collected to apps you're using or set up Email notifications.

This way, you can easily follow up with unhappy customers or get notified when a new response is submitted.

Step 5. Share your survey

Head over to the Share tab and decide how you'd like to send your survey.

  • Direct link

Grab a link to your survey from the Copy Link button, and hide it behind a CTA button, or hyperlink.

  • Launch in an email

Display its first question directly in the email's body, and start the survey directly from the email. They'll then be redirected to a landing page to take the rest of the survey.

Step 1. Click Get your code, then copy the HTML code.

Step 2. Go to GetResponse, choose the email you'd like to use, and go to design message:

Step 3. In design and content, choose my templates, blank templates, or HTML editor:

❗️Please note that if you choose predesigned templates, the Survicate embed code won't work.

Step 4. Paste the code you've copied from our dashboard and the rest of the content you want to include in the message.

5. Send out your email and get ready to dive into your insights.

❗️Please note that sending a Test email will result in an anonymous response.

Best practices

Send responses to GetResponse with Zapier Integration

You can connect GetResponse with Survicate via Zapier and pass your survey responses back to your contact profiles or create follow up newsletter.

Collect information about the respondents

When sending the survey via GetResponse, we'll automatically recognize the respondent's first & last name and email. You can also add any other GetResponse attributes to your survey link to identify the respondents with this data.

📞 If you have any questions about sending a survey via GetResponse - feel free to reach out to our team via chat or email:

Net Promoter, NPS, and the NPS - related emoticons are registered U.S. trademarks, and Net Promoter Score and Net Promoter System are service marks, of Bain & Company, Inc., Satmetrix Systems, Inc. and Fred Reichheld.

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