Feature Spotlight: Embed Media Into Your Survey


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Learn how to embed pictures and videos into your survey to make them more engaging and fun to take! You can even upload videos to be watched later without an internet connection. Use it for ad testing, copy testing, design and more.

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Feature Spotlight: Embed Media Into Your Survey

  1. 1. EMBED MEDIA INTOYOUR SURVEY Add pictures and videos to your survey to make them interactive and fun to take Monday, July 21, 14
  2. 2. WHY ADD MULTIMEDIA? Adding multimedia to your survey is a simple step but goes a long way. Not only does it make your surveys more visually appealing to the respondent, they are much more engaging and can even result in more accurate data. When adding media to your survey, you can also gather valuable information about respondent’s attitudes towards videos, pictures, logos, website screenshots and more. Keep reading to learn how to add media to your surveys! Monday, July 21, 14
  3. 3. HOWTO ADD MULTIMEDIA Adding media to your survey is as simple as clicking on “Edit Survey”, then scrolling down and clicking on “Library” on the left-hand side menu. There you will see an upload option where you can select multiple images at a time, or drag and drop images to upload.The images will then appear in your media library, as it is reflected in the screenshot here. Monday, July 21, 14
  4. 4. ADD MEDIATOYOUR SURVEY Once complete, this is a preview of how your survey will look with media added. Bam! So much more appealing than a boring, plain multiple choice question or drop down menu.Your respondents can visualize which phone they own much better than without the images. Monday, July 21, 14
  5. 5. ADDVIDEOSTOYOUR SURVEY With MediaBunker, you can also add interactive videos to your survey! Under the “Edit Survey” tab, scroll down and click on “MediaBunker”. Here you can see the supported file types and upload your video there. The best part is that when taking the survey and viewing the video, respondents can drag the thumbs up/ thumbs down slider scale to pause the video and leave a comment.This has endless applications and potential for ad testing, design and copy research. Monday, July 21, 14