A few days ago we announced that we would be conducting some limited beta testing of new private survey functionality. It’s only available to our beta testers (get in touch if you have an urgent need to fulfill) but here are a few screenshots that show how it works.
If you’re enabled, you can now add new contexts, representing your team, class, coaching relationship, etc. My personal list shows the Kanbanland context that hosts the Depth of Kanbanland 2015 survey (yes, go there if you haven’t already!), plus the new option:
Within contexts that you own, you have the option to add new surveys:
As the owner of a survey, you’re given a non-guessable link you can share with your intended participants. After signing up, they’ll be taken to their assessment for your survey. Easy!
Did you forget the scoring scale mid-assessment? No problem – there’s pop-up help for that now:
There’s also a “remember me” option on signing up or signing in. If you take advantage of this, your login will be saved for up to 14 days, courtesy of a secure browser cookie.
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