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    Survey Tools

    I have started using survey tools as an excellent info gathering system.
    I use it for staff assesments, customer relations etc, every facet.

    I am using survey monkey at the moment (trial version).
    Easy to use and flexible.
    Also good report and intel gathering or back office, so to speak.

    Before I upgrade and start paying are there any suggestions of other survey versions?
    Anthony Sterne

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    I've used Survey Monkey in the past, and it certainly does a good job. However, I have noticed that people seem to be using a survey tool from Google of late.

    Not something I've used to create a survey myself, but this gives an insight on how to get started.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    I tried google forms (saw bank survey on forum). But could not figure out how to access it afterwards.
    Monkey seems far more user friendly.
    The question bank and answers also saves a lot of time.
    Anthony Sterne

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    I've used google forms at first, but it has not enough instrumenst for data analise.
    I think Monkey is better and trully more flexible. Also, wery powerfool and flexible tool is Cool Tool. And it is free to start.

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