Why create a survey?

Even if the answers interest you only moderately it’s still important to create a form. Why?

  • Because it serves as a conversation starter and guide for your teams

  • Because it puts the focus back on the person by listening

  • Because questions are a great (and easy) way to engage in a conversation!

Create a survey from a template

Qomon offers 2 default templates to make your first survey and show you our features. Just click on the info bubble to load one of our templates. Modify it to your liking, then click on "Post", and.. Ta-da! It’s done!

Create a survey from scratch

You see a blank page and don’t know what to do? Don’t panic!

Sections are groups of questions. They allow you to organize questions in uniform blocks, thus making it easier than ever to navigate in your survey.

Add your first section and rename it if needed. Click on "add a question". By default, a "Short answer" type response is created, which is an unrestrained field. You can choose the type of the question from the following:

  • Multiple choice (possibility to check several options)

  • Date

  • Numerical interval

  • Short response

  • Single response (only one option can be selected)

  • Photoshot

  • Sign

Each type of question has its specificities, feel free to play around with the types to familiarize yourself!

For multiple choices and single answers, you can add as many possible responses as you'd like.


⚠️Once you’re satisfied, select "Publish", then you can view the survey right away on your mobile app :)

Add a question or a conditional answer

Your survey can become even more powerful, thanks to the conditional mode!

The conditional mode allows you to display a question/answer if and only if a specific answer has been given.

The advantage is that you can avoid wasting time on the field by simply avoiding unnecessary questions.

User expert (Add-on): Configure automatic emails

On Qomon, you have the option to configure automatic e-mails to send to a citizen, according to the responses they give, at the end of the meeting.

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