When your personal login is created the administrator can trigger an automatic verification that will be sent to you via e-mail. This e-mail is sent from email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (depending on if you are located on our Swedish or German based server) asking you to verify your account. This link will forward you to a page where you can set a password. You may also click “Forgot your password?” in order to send yourself a reset link.
Note: If you do not receive the verification e-mail, check your spam folder or contact your administrator to get a new e-mail sent to you.
There are two possible causes for you login not to work:
- You have entered the wrong login information. If you are unsure of what password you have set, press “Forgot your password?” in order to set a new one.
- Your user is no longer active and you will need to have your access extended by the Netigate administrator at your company.
You will need to have your access extended from the Netigate administrator at your company.
- Speak to the administrator at your company.
- If you do not know who your administrator is, contact your Customer Relations Manager at Netigate.
- If you do not know who your Customer Relations Manager is contact the Netigate Customer Success team and they will help you find the correct contact: email@example.com.
Yes. Single sign-on (SSO) is available as a custom integration. To learn more about how to setup SSO for your organisation, please contact your Customer Relation Manager to learn more and request a quote. Single sign-on is a user authentication service that permits a user to use one set of login credentials (e.g. name and password) to access multiple applications, like Netigate.
If you are using SPF for email traffic you can add “include: _spf.netigate.se” to your SPF record.
Yes. This is done by “signing” the email with a digital signature, a field that is added to the message’s header. This is administrated in netigate -> settings -> dkim settings. DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) allows senders to associate a domain name with an email message, thus vouching for its authenticity.
Yes. You can find more information on our API page.
Background data is known information about our respondents, it can be anything from the first names to what type of customer they are, where they live and what department they work in, as long as we have the information we can upload it in advance to our Netigate account.
Radio Buttons are a one-answer solution in Netigate. They are perfect if you have, e.g. a Yes/No question or if you want the respondents to choose on a scale (e.g. 1-5). Basically, all questions where the respondents should only be allowed to choose one answer alternative.
Checkboxes are a multiple-answer solution in Netigate. You use this question type when you want the respondents to be able to choose more than one answer alternative. You can even determine how many alternatives the respondent can select, e.g. max. 3 answer alternatives.
When you create a question you can choose to make them mandatory. By selecting the checkbox Required, the respondents will have to answer the question in order to proceed with the survey. If respondents try to continue without answering the question an error message will appear informing them that the question they are at is obligatory.
In Netigate you’ll be able to weight your Radio Buttons and Matrixes. When you weight your questions you’ll get an average and standard deviation in the results for your survey. The average and standard deviation will be calculated depending on the values you enter for each option, for example, if you use a scale of 1-5, 0-4 or 0-10.
Yes, you can number your questions by adding your numbers to the header in your question. If you do this, turn off the automatic numbering of questions by going to Other Settings and change Show page numbers to No.
When you create a survey, every page becomes a numbered tab which is always placed between the Introduction and the End Text. You can move these small tabs either by clicking the arrows to the right or left (they show when you are in the respective tab) or by drag-and-drop.
If you want to change the position of questions which are on the same page you can easily do so with the arrows which show in the right margin when editing your survey.
To copy a question you need to be in the edit mode of your survey and choose the import function from the menu on the left. Click Import, open the drop-down My Surveys and find your survey on the list (they are sorted by creation date with the most recent survey at the bottom). Click on the name of the survey and find the question you want to copy. Click on the copy symbol to copy the question. Click Add to paste the question into your survey.
Yes, it is possible for most of the response mechanisms. Please note that all response mechanisms are not convertible to all types of response mechanisms. Log in to your account as usual, click on View results or edit survey and then click the Edit-symbol. Go to the Overview-tab and click the Edit-symbol for the question at issue, a new window opens. Select Save as other mechanism at the bottom of this page. In the menu you see the mechanisms available for this specific question.
With the help of our media function, you can easily add videos from youtube and vimeo by copying the link from the videos and pasting it into the media function.
Yes, to a certain extent.
Example: You can easily add questions to your survey but you should be careful if your survey contains logic! If you want to add new alternatives to an existing question you have to add them at the bottom of the already existing answer-alternatives. In the report, you can sort your alternatives alphabetically for a clearer overview.
You can test your survey by clicking the Preview button in the upper right corner. Be sure to be on the tab All to see a preview of the entire survey. You can preview every single question by using the Preview button when you are in any of the numbered tabs. Another way to test the survey is to go to Distribution menu and click on the Testlink button in the upper right corner. This preview allows you to see the multi-language settings if you have made any. If you want to send a test mail of your survey you can do this by going to Mail Sendout and clicking the Testmail button. Type in the address you want to receive the test survey at.
By selecting E-mail survey your survey is distributed as a link though e-mail. The system uses the respondent’s e-mail address to identify the individual respondents.
By choosing Link survey your survey is distributed via a link. You can share this link in different ways, e.g. by e-mail or on your website. Since a link survey cannot be connected to a specific e-mail address, the survey is held anonymously.
The send-out date must be sometime between the survey’s start date and min. one day before the survey’s end date. If you cannot choose your desired send-out date you will need to go to Other Settings in your survey and change the start and/or end date of the survey.
Yes, it’s easily done. Log in to your account as usual, click View results or edit survey and then click the Edit-symbol. In the left menu under the Distribution you click the Mail-tab. At the bottom of the page you find the date settings for the reminder. Select the date you want your reminder to be sent out. If you, for example, choose 2 March, the reminder will be sent out at 00:01 on 2 March. Click the green arrow to save and continue.
You can add one or more reminders to your send-out. To do so, please click on Add Reminder in your Mail or SMS send-out. You will get the option to choose date and time of your reminders.
It is possible to change the date both before and after you have sent out your survey. Log in to your account as usual, click View results or edit survey and then click the Edit-symbol. In the left menu under the Distribution-tab you click the Mail-tab. At the bottom of the page you find the date settings for the reminder. Select the new date you wish to send out your reminder and then click Reset reminder. Netigate automatically changes the date. Under the Order-tab you will now see your new reminder date.
Netigate automatically recognises if your respondent list contains doublets. This means there is no risk that you distribute a survey twice to the same person.
By going to the Distribution tab in the left menu you can see your saved send-outs in one list. On the right-hand side, you can see Respondents and Sent. Under Sent you can see a number which shows you how many people the survey has been sent to. Also, the status on the left-hand side changes from a green dot to a green tick.
Yes, it’s easily done. Log in to your account as usual, click View results or edit surveys and then click the Edit-symbol of the survey. In the left menu choose distribution and click the Respondent-tab. Enter the e-mail address for the new respondents you wish to add and then click Add Respondents. Go to the tab Order and click Activate survey.
To add new respondents to an existing send-out you first need to Edit your existing send-out. You can do that by either clicking the name of the send-out, the Pen-Symbol at the right side of the send-out, or directly on the number of respondents. Go to the tab Respondents, click Add email addresses and add the email addresses in the box of the pop-up. Click Add to finish adding new respondents. By clicking Continue you will come to the next tab Order. When you can click on Order at the bottom of the page the email will be sent to the newly added respondents.
To resend the survey to a respondent that’s already in the distribution list you will have to remove them and then add them again. To remove one or more respondents from the sent-list, click edit (pen-symbol) under the respondents menu in your send out. Once the respondent is removed you can add them again and activate the send out under the order menu in your send outs.
If you have set your survey to anonymous you cannot see who has answered. If your survey is not anonymous you can see the respondents by going to Respondents in the menu to the left (if you are in the result section of your survey). Here you can see the list of respondents with respective labels.
Results marked in red are the most common answers.
The tabs under the respondent list page are there to show us the respondents that haven’t clicked the link to the survey (not accessed), the respondents that clicked the link but haven´t answered any questions yet (accessed), and the respondents that have answered one or more questions (answered). Keep in mind that each question will display an answer frequency; the answer frequency helps to see if we’ve had any respondents that have dropped-off in the survey. If you want to know more about drop-offs in your survey you can use the Drop-off frequency per question function under the modules tab.
Open text answers, background data and respondent contact details. These will then have effect on any reports and shared reports saved.
All answers connected to the survey, all reports connected to the survey, all respondents connected to the survey, all questions and send-outs connected to the survey will be removed, all translations connected to the survey will be removed.
If you do not want one or more specific survey(s) to be delete after X days set with the account level retention settings you can use the retention settings on survey level instead and have a date set there that is later then what would happen with the account level settings.
The retention settings on account level are set and connected to the end date of a survey so those will not have effect on the survey until the end date has passed. You can instead use the survey level retention settings to have a partial delete at certain dates instead, for example the first day each quarter.
Yes, if you use the functionality to delete one or more answer connected to a survey that will change the calculations for each and every question affected, for example NPS values might be higher or lower.