A Facebook Survey is a great way to engage with your followers and get valuable feedback. This blog post will show you how to create a Facebook survey. For more information, you can also watch the short tutorial video.
Open the SurveyNow app and open it in a new tab. Enter a title and click the “Get Started!” button. The title should be brief and provide a broad overview of the survey’s purpose. I.e. You can vote for your favorite movie or help us choose a logo.
Give your survey a title
Next, add at least one question. There are many types of questions you can ask (drop-down, text box, and scale), Multiple choice is the most popular type of question. Participants choose one answer from a variety of options.
After you have completed adding questions, you will be able to preview the survey and view how it will look on mobile phones and computers. To ensure that the survey works correctly, we recommend you answer it yourself. Continue to the next step and share the survey once you are satisfied.
First link the survey from the Share section to your Facebook Page. Your page’s name and logo will be displayed at the top of the survey.
Select your Page from the dropdown list
Next, modify the title and image of the Timeline post. It is important to use a photo that is relevant to your survey. This will attract your followers’ attention.
Finally, publish the post to your Page Timeline. You can also add a call to action where you ask your followers why they think the post is important. Read more information on how to create an employee satisfaction survey template.
That’s all! Now the survey is up and running. You can now get answers from your Facebook friends. Start creating a Facebook survey with SurveyNow.
· Writing your name is optional, and the answers you give in this survey will be treated as highly confidential whether you choose to write your name or not. We, however, request that you indicate the department where you work to enable us to get a more accurate understanding of the survey results.
· This survey is only meant to help the company help you improve your productivity and facilitate measures for further career development.
· Kindly answer all the questions in the survey as comprehensively as possible.
i. How long have you worked in the company?
ii. In not more than 70 words, please write down your understanding of our company’s objectives in your own words.
iii. On a scale of 1 to 5, how well do you understand what role your work plays in fulfilling the overall company objectives?
iv. Do you think this company offers its staff an opportunity for career development within its ranks?
v. How often do you find the tasks assigned to you helpful to your career growth?
vi. All factors held constant, do you see yourself still working in the company for the next three years?
vii. On a scale of 1-5, how stressful is your job on a typical day?
viii. Do you consider the work of your typical daily tasks meaningful?
ix. Would you go for an all-weekend party with your team members? If you would, how much do you think you would enjoy it on a scale of 1-5? If you can’t, how intensely do you detest the idea on a scale of 1-5?
x. How seriously do your teammates take your suggestions about work?
xi. On a scale of 1-5, how supportive are your closest colleagues?
xii. How well equipped are you to do your work effectively? Do you know where to find the resources you need to get the job done?
xiii. On a scale of 1-5, how flawless is the flow of information in the company?
xiv. Do you feel you have a clear understanding of which person to approach if you encounter peculiar difficulties at work?
xv. Do you think your seniors value your work? Is your commitment to work rewarded?
xvi. Does the company help you enhance your skills through new experiences or training?
xvii. On a scale of 1-5, how motivated are you to go beyond the scope of your work to fulfill a task?
xviii. Do your supervisors and the management involve you when making leadership decisions?
xix. How strongly do you feel your job positively impacts humanity at large? On a scale of 1-5.
xx. Are you well equipped to handle customer complaints? About what percentage of customer issues can you handle comfortably?
xxi. In your opinion, how much does the company respect your time on a scale of 1-5?
xxii. Do you think the company respects your responsibilities to your family?
xxiii. Do you get feedback from your supervisor on your performance? If you do, how honest and respectful do you think they are with their feedback?
xxiv. Do you think company policies are applied fairly?