AI Templates Library

Discover how to find the right survey template easily.

Agnieszka avatar
Written by Agnieszka
Updated over a week ago

The Survicate Templates Library uses AI-assisted search to help you:

  • find the most suitable templates quickly and accurately;

  • reduce the time you spend searching for the right template, speeding up your survey creation process;

  • use templates that align with your goals.

๐Ÿš€ The AI Templates Library is available in all the survey types and on all our plans - try it out now!

In this article, you'll learn how to search the AI Templates Library for the questions you'd like to ask your respondents and implement them in your surveys.

Use the AI Templates Library

1. While in the main Survicate dashboard, click on the Create new survey button:

Pick how you'd like to continue creating this survey. There are three options to choose from: set up a survey of your own (start from scratch), select a survey from our templates library (start from template),ย create surveys with AI, or import questions you already prepared.

Please select Use a template:

and in the next step, choose your preferred survey type and then click Continue:

2. To look for a ready-to-use template, start typing what you'd like to research in the Search box:

But before you even start typing, right after selecting the survey type, you'll see template recommendations based on the details you shared with us at sign-up (goal, position, team).

3. To search for template, you don't have to type the survey's name exactly; just start typing what you're looking for, click the ๐Ÿ” icon or press Enter, and we'll show you results based both on the search phrase and the details you shared at sign-up:

4. The results let you quickly get a glimpse of the first question to choose the most suitable template easily, click through it to see all the questions it contains, and if you're convinced,ย use this template ๐Ÿš€

If you need our assistance, please reach out to us atย or strike up a chat conversation ๐Ÿ‘‰

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