Pollfish School

Get a closer look at Pollfish features and see how they work.


Open-ended questions vs. Closed-ended questions

Open-ended questions vs. Closed-ended questions Designing an engaging, exciting questionnaire…


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Multiple selection questions in Pollfish mobile surveys

Multiple selection questions in Pollfish mobile surveys Multiple response, multiple selection or…


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How to create image-based surveys with Pollfish

How to create image-based surveys with Pollfish Image-based surveys, where the respondent must view…


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Creating a survey in multiple languages

Creating a survey in multiple languages   How to create a survey in multiple languages The…


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Setting age ranges in the Pollfish survey platform

Setting age ranges in the Pollfish survey platform How do you make sure people from certain age…


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Gathering instant insights with Pollfish

Gathering instant insights with Pollfish Where in London makes the best coffee? What ice cream…


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Market Research

Learn how to conduct market research, using primary and secondary research methods, to identify your target customers and competitors.


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How to find survey respondents

How to find survey respondents You have questions that need some answers, all you need now is an…


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How to write good survey questions

How to write good survey questions Good survey questions lead to good data. But what makes a survey…


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How to use matrix questions in mobile surveys

How to use matrix questions in mobile surveys Matrix questions are a type of closed-ended question…


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Rating scale and Likert scale questions

Rating scale and Likert scale questions Rating scales or Likert scales are used for quantifying…


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Survey rating questions for mobile surveys

Survey rating questions for mobile surveys Rating questions (See also: slider questions) allow…


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Slider questions in mobile surveys

Slider questions in mobile surveys Slider questions are a form of a survey rating question where…


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