Learn how to build a basic Pinnion survey.
Publish your surveys and make them available to your viewers.
Learn how to put more than one question on the same page.
Follow along with the creation of a simple one question poll, or learn from a specially made template.
Testing a Survey – Coming Soon
Test your surveys before releasing them to make sure they work just how you want them.
Learn how to put your Pinnions on your website.
Kiosk mode allows people to take your survey multiple times from the same computer. Useful for repeatable surveys, or if you want to set up a kiosk for them.
Use Social Media Blocks to let your respondents quickly and easily make posts about your survey. This is a paid feature only.
Use Channels to create a single location to publish Pinnions.
Distribute one survey in multiple languages, automatically.
Viewing Your Results – Coming Soon
Learn how to find and read your results, as well as how to sort them to find exactly the information you need.
Pinnion can still gather information from respondents that don’t totally complete your surveys. Find out how to use real-time results to capture that information.
Export your collected data to an Excel file (paid users only). More complex export options are also available.
You, and your respondents, can get instant notification of survey results.
It’s easy to get results from surveys that respondents don’t finish. Here’s how.
Learn how to use Pinnion to quickly create effective quizzes and tests.
Follow along with how to build a rating scale question, and learn how to use Pinnion’s Answer Set Piping feature.
Easily show your respondents how they did when using Pinnion Quizzes. Here’s how.
End Results – Coming Soon
Pinnion can be used to display how other respondents have answered a question- find out how.
View an overview of the available metavariables and a reference table of the necessary
Learn how to use the _ACT_CLICK_ metavariables to turn image blocks into buttons.
You may want to provide feedback in your surveys and quizzes about other user’s responses. Use this trick.
Use the theme editor to make your survey look just how you want it.
Make the image on answers change when it’s selected- especially useful if you want to make questions with check boxes.
Learn how to add images to add images in whatever location or form you want using Pinnion’s Blocks feature.
Even more on Pinnion’s Blocks feature, this time detailing how to use it to place and format additional text.
Make your surveys deliver end points that reflect your respondent’s choices.
Linking with Blocks – Coming Soon
Add links to your blocks. Useful for directing your respondents to other pages or even letting them branch out into a different survey.
Learn how to make questions that only display when certain prerequisites are met.
Make your survey skip to a specific point when it’s responded to in a particular way.
Use answers (either pre-defined or from a text box) from a previous question in the text for a later question.
Determine what answers appear in a question based on answers to previous questions.