Are you focused on one or more of these jobs? If you are, then maybe we can help you build out a solution, using the same tools we use!
We use them for our research and to provide services to our clients (in our Data Quality, Data Governance and Shadow IT work) - from health checks to maturity assessments, to enable our clients to more easily provide us with data and to interact in a more meaningful way.
The principal use cases for most organizations:
We use them and build them for our clients to turn interactions into leads and grow their community. Quiz funnels can generate demand and help organizations find new customers.
The principal use cases for quiz funnels:
We all use forms of one sort or another. We use forms to capture data inside business processes and, in many cases, to determine if and how we need to improve our processes. If we want to improve, we need to know what we are doing well and what we need to improve.
The principal use cases for forms:
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This multi-lingual assessment form was prepared to enable a school to assess the ability of students to come to school during the COVID pandemic.
This quiz was created for a small winery to help promote their offerings and direct the customer to a product recommendation based on the results of quiz.
This is a live assessment from our Data Quality offering that integrates with Google Sheets to generate a custom report that is emailed to the user. Demonstrates the ability to create 'scores' in sections and in the overall report and provide customized feedback to the user.
This quiz is a template example for a 2-day conference and allows the user to select the day and the sessions they attended and for which they wish to give feedback. I have used this for registration for a Data Quality Improvement Boot Camp.
Here is a simple template to demonstrate that you can map users from many questions to a number of possible outcomes/ending pages/offers.
This example is a demonstration of what many organizations want to do: start with a multi-select multiple choice question and have branches of questions for each selection (including, sometimes, additional nested branches).