Sharing Your Assessment
Once you’ve created your assessment, you can share it with others.
To share your assessment, select the “Share Assessment” link in the menu underneath your assessment.
On the Sharing Your Assessment page you’ll see 3 tabs which offer
different ways you can share your assessment.
Share Your Assessment via Direct Link
The first option is to share your assessment via a direct link to your own unique assessment URL.
Direct links can be used anywhere that a hyperlink can be used, including:
- In links, buttons, and menu items on your website
- In email messages to clients or prospects
- In social media posts and blog posts
- In articles and newsletters
Here you can find your unique
URL that you can use to share your assessment.
Simply click on the “Copy to Clipboard” button to copy it. Then paste it into an email message, post it on social media, or connect it to a button on your website.
Embed Your Assessment in an Iframe
You can also embed your assessment onto your website using an iframe.
An iframe allows you to embed your assessment within your website so your visitors can take your assessment without leaving your site.
Click on the “Copy to Clipboard” button to copy it. Then paste this code snippet to showcase your assessment on your website.
Here’s an example of an assessment in an iframe:
Here we’ve embedded an assessment on our own site. You can embed your assessment on your site along with any other content you wish.
Display in a Popup Window on Your Site
Finally, our newest option for sharing your assessment is to display in a popup window on your website.
Follow the instructions and click the “Copy to Clipboard” buttons to copy each code snippet.
Then, paste each snippet into the appropriate portions of your page’s HTML code to display your assessment in a popup window.
Here’s an example of an assessment shown in a popup window:
Segmenting Responses by User Group
Imagine that you’re giving a talk at a conference, and you’d like your audience to complete an assessment during the conference. When you analyze your responses later, you’d like to be able to see which responses were collected from conference attendees.
When you create a group, you’ll see the direct link, embed code, and popup code update with a new URL specific to that group. Give out that URL to your conference attendees, and all of their responses will be tagged with that group name.
Later, when you view the responses to your assessment in your Assessment Generator account, you can filter the responses by the group you created.
to learn how to set up and use groups
Please review the rest of our User Guide
to learn more about our software.