We have just launched Typeform for Confluence, a seamless integration that allows beautiful polling and survey reports in Confluence, without a single line of code.
With this new app for Confluence cloud, it’s possible to:
Just when we believed that surveys could never be fun again, Typeform started what they call people-friendly online forms and surveys. Their number one innovation was “one question at a time” layout. A smooth flow from one question to the next once an answer is filled.
Thousands of companies use Typeform to collect leads because of its low dropout rates.
Excellent UX for the end user. Great drag and drop form builder for the survey designer. In a single screen you can go through advanced options, add new elements to the survey, and see the final result on the right.
A 57% average rate is quite impressive for lead gen surveys! If you don’t trust me, go talk to your marketing manager and have a look at your own dashboard.
Ok, you may not like pink and magenta. But the look and feel can be entirely customized to your brand. Particularly if you leverage the Typeform API.
Easy to use doesn’t mean stupidly simple. Typeform also supports best-in-class logic and a great logic map so that you never get lost designing the survey journey!
Let’s have a quick look at the benefits of this Typerform Confluence integration.
You have surveys and you have results. But you still need to share and curate them. That’s precisely where connecting Typeform with Confluence can help. In different ways.
More often than not, collecting responses needs an orchestrated campaign behind it. Sending emails or a slack message asking colleagues to fill out a a survey is lazy.
Embedding Typeform surveys into the Confluence pages that your users are already visiting on a daily basis can be a really good idea. You will be able to collect responses over time and generate word of mouth when you let them see the results of how their team is feeling about a certain topic. If you have an active employee engagement program, this is quite a good tactic.
Obviously, similar tactics apply to public Confluence pages and anonymous responses. Do you want to know how satisfied your users are about your documentation? Give them a colorful Typeform without interrupting their journey. It will send your response rates through the roof.
With Typeform for Confluence, survey results are always up to date.
Trick: Place form and results side by side! Seeing the number of responses and some basic stats is a good way to encourage participation: nobody wants to miss out on a hot topic.
Confluence is sometimes seen as a static and not very playful, particularly in today’s remote-first world. Typeform can be a good ally to create a colorful, dynamic and fun Confluence experience with quizzes, questions and the right amount of gamification.
Tip: Use branded buttons to surprise your users!
Typeform for Confluence allows you to embed surveys and reports as if Confluence was a regular web page.
To embed Typeform in Confluence, you simply need to:
Feedback templates? Survey design from Confluence? Integrations with other sources of data? Interactive reports and data filtering? These are just random ideas, but we’d like to know what you think.
If you would like to do more with Typeform directly from Confluence, let us know your thoughts! We want to keep improving this integration and making Confluence the perfect collaboration platform.
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