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Collect feedback with a survey or poll

Create, embed or link to a survey or poll to gather results.

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Written by Laurie Garcia
Updated over a week ago

A survey or poll can be used to conduct course evaluations at the end of a course or to assess opinions or existing knowledge on a certain topic that you'll be studying together. 

Create a survey

You can create a simple survey inside Pathwright using a combination of multi-select Checkbox questions and Open Response questions. Don't select any correct answers on the checkbox questions, and they'll work nicely as survey questions. Multiple choice questions with no "correct" answer selected will also work if you only want respondents to select one choice. 

Each learner's submission can be viewed via the Review screen.

We don't currently support a way to download all answers as a report or to analyze questions with all responses individually. If this functionality is required, consider embedding a survey from a third-party service (below).

Embed a survey or poll

You can embed a survey or poll in a Pathwright step from any third-party service provided that they give you a secure (https) embed code or link. 

Here are some of the most popular choices: 

Need more options? Our friends at Zapier put out a review of best survey tools here:

If you create a survey that is not hosted under https, you can link to it and learners will be able to open it in a new browser tab. A link can be added from any text Block using the hyperlink button.

How to embed a survey or poll

You can use an embed code or iframe to embed the content within a "Take" step in your Pathwright course. 

  1. Create a new Take step and give it a title. 

  2. Open the step and insert an "Embed Anything" Block. 

  3. Paste in your URL or embed code and save

If the embed code provided by the third-party service does not load correctly, create an iframe by inserting the following code into the embed field:

<iframe src="https://myurl.html" width="900" height="500"></iframe>

Now, change the URL (using https://) to point to where your hosted file is stored. You can increase the height if needed. 

For Typeform, we've found that this iframe code resolves issues with viewing the embedded form on iPhones and iPads: 

<div class="typeform-widget" style="width:100%;height:600px;">
<div class="typeform-wrapper" style="position: relative; width: 100%; height: 100%;">
<iframe id="typeform-full" width="100%" height="100%" frameborder="0" src=""> span id="selection-marker-1" class="redactor-selection-marker"

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