Under: Event surveys
“Respondents are using more than two dozen event technology platforms—a large portion are using Zoom as one of the components. Some reported deliberately keeping it simple by using a familiar webinar platform, while others reported using as many as five platforms.”
That’s from the business event planners group PCMA’s recently issued COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard Survey. It shows how there’s still no one solution for virtual events yet. So while 61% of the event planner respondents have been satisfied with the platforms they’ve used, most also said that there’s lots of room for improvement.
Finding one platform with the ability to perform all of the functions that planners are looking for was one of the most common reasons given by the 39% who said they were not satisfied with event technology. “There needs to be a virtual event platform that integrates—not links out—to other platforms besides Zoom,” ...
"Each audience is different, so their [survey] preferences will be different," wrote Nate Duea of MedLearn Media, in response to a question on the SIPA Forum last week about best event surveying methods. "The goal should be to make the survey as easy to access as possible... Why not have both formats [paper and online]? See which one people use more and go from there."
Apparently, everyone wants my opinion. Okay, it just seems that way because I get email surveys from almost every event I attend. My go-to has been to leave it on my front page so that when I have time I will get to it. Two weeks later an email reminder comes, allowing me to delete the old one and keep the new one prominent. I do eventually fill it out. Mostly.