Posts by Mario Lurig

Building a Minecraft Poll Integration with SurveyGizmo’s API

Sometimes employees do things creative and amazing in their normal roles, and sometimes they go above and beyond and do amazing things with their free time! Ryan Hadley, our System Administrator, has been the king of Minecraft, a game about placing blocks to build anything you can imagine. He decided to put his evil powers…

Combo: Show Follow-Up Questions Dynamically to the Side

This is a feature showcase, showing the types of surveys you can build using two features available for all paid accounts on SurveyGizmo: Showing questions in columns (side-by-side)   Dynamically showing follow-up questions based on options selected in a previous question (show/hide triggers)

How to Automatically Send Customer feedback Surveys via Zendesk

We use ZenDesk for our support ticket system here at SurveyGizmo, and in the process we have integrated our customer feedback survey directly into the system. The only requirements for this integration are a ZenDesk account and any SurveyGizmo account (though for some additional link branding, we recommend the Pro or Enterprise plans).

New Feature: Find & Replace

SurveyGizmo is happy to announce a brand new feature: Find and Replace! You’ll find the option under Edit Survey > Find & Replace for our Pro, Team, and Dedicated customers. So what does this new feature do? Okay, that question is too easy. How about, So how does this new feature work? Entering in your…

SurveyGizmo Completes 150 Miles for Bike MS Colorado!

Four employees of SurveyGizmo completed the 2009 Colorado Bike for Multiple Sclerosis (Bike MS) on June 27th and June 28th. Christian Vanek – Co-Founder & CTO Scott McDaniel – Co-Founder & CEO Toi McDaniel – Finance & Account Manager Mario Lurig – Sales Engineer The entire ride included 3000+ cyclists raising money for Multiple Sclerosis…

New Tutorial Series: URL Data Passing

We get quite a few calls and emails asking how to pass tracking/pre-population data into SurveyGizmo through the survey link. So many calls, in fact, that we set out on an epic struggle to create three in-depth tutorials on the use of URL strings (a.k.a. query strings) and SurveyGizmo Links. If you are not familiar…