Create a PowerPoint Survey Quickly & Easily

Learn how to make a visual conversational PowerPoint survey that gets more and better answers.

How to Create a Survey in PowerPoint

Follow these steps to create an engaging survey and add it to PowerPoint:

1. Create a survey

Start by creating a survey from scratch or selecting a survey template and customizing it to your need.

2. Copy the survey link

Locate the survey in your items dashboard. Click the “Embed & Share” button, and then the “Link” tab. Copy the link.

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3. Add your survey to PowerPoint

Go to your PowerPoint presentation and paste the link on the relevant slide. Depending on the context, you could add it as a textual hyperlink, or an image hyperlink. You could also turn the link into a QR code so that your audience can scan it and answer the survey on their mobile devices.

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Tips & Best Practices For Your Next PowerPoint Survey

Focus on The Goal

Start by defining the goal of the survey, and based on that write your questions. Define what would be a successful outcome of the survey ahead of time.

At this point, you may find it’s not a survey you’re looking to create. For example, if you want to ask a series of questions in one go, it may be easier to make a PowerPoint form. On the other hand, if your goal is to offer a fun and playful experience a PowerPoint quiz could be a better option.

Keep The Survey Short & Simple

Don’t bore your audience with too many questions. Keep the questions and answers short and simple so that they are easy to answer.

Make Use of Images

Images are a force multiplier when it comes to surveys. Add them to make your surveys more engaging and appealing.

Select a Good Template

Start by selecting a template that fits your use case. After the template is selected, customize/change it so it perfectly meets your needs. Learn more about our survey maker.

You can easily do it yourself, no need for a developer

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