Once you have created your survey using the EDIT tab you will need to send out your survey to collect responses.
There are two ways of doing this: Email Survey, or General Link.
1) Email Survey (Private Link) - this method takes a bit longer to do and can only be used if you know exactly who you want (by name) to complete the survey. However, this will give you the better response rate as Webropol itself will track responses, and you can schedule in reminders for those who have not submitted a response.
NOTE that if you are going to use this method you should only upload or create your email list for sending out as the last thing you do, as everytime you reset the survey it will delete all the data including your respondent list. So if you plan on piloting or sending out to colleagues to have a look at do this using the second method of collection, not this one.
Click on the button that looks like one above, and then put in your first email address, this will open up the rest of the functions, just follow what it says on screen to send your first email manually, then create a schedule for the rest.
2)The second method is to create a weblink, this will create one general link that anyone can click on and submit a response, you can put this link anywhere including a webpage or in an email. This method does not track who has responded, bit it is very quick today, and is recommended for piloting a survey, or if you want to make your survey open to anyone to respond.
If you want to embed your survey within a web page (great for a survey you are using as a form) you can go to the Embedded link tab, copy the iFrame code, go to your webpage and look for the html button (can also be called 'source' or even just the </> symbol) and paste the code in. You can change some of the code to change the width or height or if the form scrolls.
Finally you can infact use both methods of survey collection and Webropol will take note of who responded using what channel.
If you have any further questions about how to collect survey responses using Webropol please either sign in and comment below or submit your request via QUEST www.quest.scot.nhs.uk