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Creating a button with a link to the Survey

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Created on: 03/01/15 11:03 AM Views: 686 Replies: 3
Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 11:03 AM

I'd like to email the class and within the email have a button - "take survey"- which has an emedded link to take them to the survey. How do i do this?

Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 11:07 AM - Response #1

It also seems that the jpg that i embedded into the email did not come thru on my test email. Sad

Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 1:11 PM - Response #2

I did something similar for our 55th last year. I just tested to make sure it still works - and it does.

Before you create the email to the class, go to Edit Site Pages and click on the EDIT LINK button for the survey. Click on Open Page Info, and highlight the Web Address. Press CTRL and C to copy that address to the clipboard.

Start your email to the class, click on the image button at the top left and select the jpg you want in the email. After you upload the image, click on it, and then click on the LINK button (chain link icon, middle row, third from the right) and press CTRL and V to paste the link you saved into the URL box. Add some text at the top above the photo to tell people to click on the photo.

Clicking on the photo will take people to the survey (forcing them to log in first). The survey does not even have to be active, so you can test it before you send the email to everyone.

BTW, you can do the same thing after the survey is done to link a photo to the results. Click on View Results in the survey and copy/paste that link. Again, the survey does not have to be active.

Friday, March 6, 2015 at 2:01 PM - Response #3
click-here-button-75 width.jpg

Here's a button that I use. It's a .jpg file so you just put it in the email, click on the button and add the link to it.

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