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How to Create a Survey in WordPress (with Beautiful Reports)

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Want to set up a survey in WordPress? Surveys help you gather valuable information which helps you make data-driven decisions. We’ll guide you in this video on how to easily create a survey in WordPress and generate beautiful reports.

For this specific tutorial we will be using the WPForms plugin that you can purchase here:

Add your license key and in the addons sections, install the Surveys and polls addon. With that set up you can go under WPForms, Add New to name and select the type of form you would like to start out with.

For this tutorial, we went with the NPS Survey Enhanced Form to create the base form for us to use. Thanks to WPForms you can have a conditional display of extra sections of the form should someone choose a specific option or an option within a certain range.

Save your form and we will now create the page for your contact form. Start with a blank page which we will title Survey page and as we are using the block editor, WPForms has added a WPForms block to allow us to select the specific survey we created for this page.

If you are using the classic editor then when viewing your created forms in the WPForms page you can copy the shortcode for your survey to paste on the page you have made on your site. As another option WPForms ads an Add Form button to your site to choose a form of your chose as another option.

As the survey is filled out you will be able to go to your WPForms section of your admin area to click on the survey results link and view the results there. It will take you to a page giving you an overview of how the survey has gone and you even have the option to export the survey results to help you go through the results.

If you would prefer the written version of this article, feel free to take a look at our written tutorial here:

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Mazi has nine years of web development experience with the past five years spent honing his skills with WordPress plugins and themes. He's an expert in WooCommerce and is the author of the Simple Sales Tax plugin, a popular sales tax compliance solution for WooCommerce. Brett understands the importance of excellent communication, prides himself on producing high-quality code, and is comfortable working solo or as part of a team.

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