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Combine a Usabilla test with an external survey How-tos

Combine a Usabilla test with an external survey

Usabilla offers quick visual feedback, but in some cases you might want to collect additional feedback from your participants or just some demographic data by conducting a traditional survey. There are plenty of wonderful survey tools out there that make your life easier (e.g SurveyGizmo, Wufoo, Polldady), and now we’ve released a new feature that allows you to seamlessly combine a Usabilla test with one of these tools.>

To introduce the feature we’ve created a demo case. Lets assume that a university wants to know what its students think of the faculty’s homepage (universities love surveys!). So, they create a Usabilla test to get specific feedback on the homepage and a SurveyGizmo survey  to get more generic feedback including some demographics of the users.

How to combine the two surveys in one?
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Feeding the hunger of data junkies with Google Docs How-tos

Feeding the hunger of data junkies with Google Docs

Last week we silently released the first version of our API. Sido explained our new XML export options and the new API key in his last blogpost. In short: we’ve implemented two new XML export options. You can use these exports to create XML files with the content of your test and the results of your test. We built this feature as a first step in opening up Usabilla and to make the data you collect in Usabilla accessible in any other tool. To demonstrate some of the possibilities with these new feeds, I’ve created a Google Spreadsheet that imports test results. In this post I will explain step by step how this Spreadsheet works and how you can build your own.

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Create PDF reports and export your charts as PNG Announcements

Create PDF reports and export your charts as PNG

You can now easily export all your test results as PDF. Select a page and your tasks, customize your reports and save them as PDF. You can also export your visualizations as PNG to save them locally, include your charts in your own reports, or publish them online. Take look at a sample report.

Analyze your tests and create custom PDF reports

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Export your visualizations easily as PNG

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Update: Analyze large numbers of notes Announcements

Update: Analyze large numbers of notes

We released an update of the analysis page today. This release contains some minor changes and makes it easier to analyze large numbers of notes. We’ve added a list of all your active notes at the bottom of the page and you can easily turn notes on and off. The icons for notes are now smaller and you can select the color of the icon (the same color as points).

We’ve also updated the export options. Our XML exports now contain all your data, including time per task (per participant) and average time per task. You can find the export options at the bottom of the test details.

One-Click-Test, Screenshots, language options and more Announcements

One-Click-Test, Screenshots, language options and more

We’ve pushed out just a major update of our online testsuite. Check your account to test our new interface and features. A short overview of the most important new features in our current release:

Test in your own language

We now support Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, Estonian, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish tests. We’ve translated our test interface in multiple languages. You can add questions or tasks in your own language.

Do you want to use our frontend in your own language? Help us to translate about 130 words and receive a free full account. Contact us for more details.

One-Click-Tests

Do you make a great first impression? With a One-Click-Test you can ask your users anything you like, but give them only one click to answer. For example: “Where would you search for information about our plans?”. A users’ first click is saved instantly after clicking anywhere on the screen.

One-Click-Tests for first impressions

Generate screenshots on-the-fly

You no longer need to manually create a screenshot of your webpage to create a test. When you add a new page to your test you can now specify the URL of the page and we’ll generate a screenshot on-the-fly. This makes creating a test even more easier. Our screenshot generator unfortunately does not support Flash and could sometimes choke on a webpage, but should work fine to generate fullpage screenshots in a blink in all other cases.

Upload an image or let us generate a screenshot

Nifty new visualizations

We’ve updated the visualizations of your test results. The new visualizations should help you to process your feedback more easily. You can now plot the results of multiple tasks on one page and change the colors of your charts.

Plot multiple questions in one chart

Create your own heatmaps

Export your data as plain text, CSV, and XML

Save your data as plain text, CSV or XML and import it in Excel, Numbers, SPSS, or any other software you like. Feel free to send us a request for other filetypes / formats.

Are you interested in connecting your webapp to Usabilla? Contact us for more information about the API we’re currently developing.

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