Delivering a presentation at a meeting or an event isn’t easy. But, in the moment, it’s hard to know if well it went. Pressure can get to the best of us, so invite your audience to share their thoughts with a presentation feedback survey.
Add images, videos, logos, GIFs, and design to your typeform—and turn your bland, old survey into a brand-new experience.
Ask one question at a time and use images throughout. Filling out your survey will be a breeze.
Analyze your data in a beautiful survey report. Connect it to Google Sheets or your favorite web app.
People abandon surveys because they get bored. Typeforms ask one question at a time to keep people engaged. Photos, GIFs and videos make them fun & interactive, so you get more insights to power your business.
People can easily fill in your typeform on their phone, tablet or desktop. Typeforms ask one question at a time, so it feels more like a conversation and less like a form.
We’ve got templates for all sorts of things, from customer feedback and lead generation forms to digital marketing quizzes.
It’s hard to critique someone face to face. If you want honest feedback, an anonymous survey is the way forward. It’ll make getting opinions from your audience a much easier process.
But, how do you get feedback that actually helps you improve? It’s all about the questions you ask. We recommend a mix of open and closed questions. Be as specific as possible—our flexible typeforms make it easy.
Whether you’re running a two-day conference, a webinar or a small networking event, feedback surveys are an essential part of your strategy.
In order to provide the best event, you need to know more about your audience’s experience. Following your presentation, gather your feedback and analyse areas for improvement ahead of your next event. Reviewing your feedback survey results is easy with Typeform. Download a shareable report, or simply export the data into a spreadsheet.
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