Collecting feedback about your products and services is absolutely crucial to the success of your business. It’s important; it’s necessary. Conversely, providing other people with feedback can be a real chore—it makes no difference to your bottom line, and few things are more annoying than being bombarded by indiscriminate emails begging for your feedback.
That’s one of the reasons why calls for feedback recently got a lot simpler. No more lengthy, multi-step surveys. These days, typical feedback requests ask for star ratings out of five. Or a simple thumbs up or down. All to make sure we don’t annoy our readers or users.
Let’s take a look at how to create a user-friendly feedback request using no-code apps. Anyone can do it in a matter of seconds with no coding skills necessary. All feedback requests are personalized, so your feedback data will not be watered-down by anonymous reviewers. You’ll be able to see individual feedback records, as well as aggregated reports.
Here’s what you do:
Bubble is a no-code solution, so it is really easy to use. Log in to your Bubble account and create a form – prepare a list of questions, drag-and-drop the necessary elements (radio buttons or check-boxes, drop-down boxes, text boxes, etc.), and save the result. Users will find it much easier to fill out your feedback form if you don’t overload with too many questions.
Configure Bubble’s plugin to communicate with Processica Apps back end. Find and install the Processica Apps plugin to your Bubble application. Insert your personal API code into the Send Survey Data line.
Personalized links make it possible to track a certain user’s feedback. In Processica Apps, this is done by appending a special token (hash) to the URL of the original form.
Once you’ve created a personalized link, it’s time to use it. In Microsoft Teams, create a newsletter with Processica Apps. Place the link in your feedback form. Run the workflow and wait for the first results.
One of the advantages of Processica Apps is that you can track the results immediately after sending the emails. You can monitor your recipients’ actions in the SharePoint list of the target site.
Answers can be aggregated into a separate letter and sent to the person who started the workflow.
In addition to the individual-results view, you also can see aggregated results as a report. Generate a report in Microsoft Power BI, SharePoint, or Excel list. If you use another system for integration, you can still create a report here.
Collecting feedback doesn’t have to be complicated. We demonstrated how to configure it easily without having to use any expensive marketing platforms or coding. You can collect different kinds of feedback, but thanks to the personalized-forms approach, it will always be convenient for whoever provides it. The same is true for the collection and interpretation of the feedback results.
If the automated feedback collection use-case we’ve described is of any interest to you, feel free to reach out. We always look forward to your feedback and would be glad to share more details, how-tos, and other aspects of implementation.