EUSurvey – online survey-management system

EUSurvey lets you create online surveys and forms. Its main purpose is to create official surveys of public opinion and forms for internal communication and staff management, e.g. staff opinion surveys and forms for evaluation or registration.

EUSurvey is supported by the European Commission’s ISA programme.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Customizable forms – the editor lets you choose from a variety of question types; from simple text and multiple-choice questions to spreadsheet questions or multimedia survey elements. Structure your survey using special structural elements.
  • Dependent questions –  display additional questions and fields, depending on the answers given by the participant, making the survey interactive.
  • Scheduled publishing – publish and unpublish your survey automatically at a specified point in time.
  • Modify your form after publication – modify a published survey without losing any contributions.
  • Security –  the infrastructure needed to secure the online forms.
  • Sending out invitations directly from the application – selected contacts can be managed in the ‘Address Book’ and used to send out individual emails to every single contact containing individual access links.
  • Advanced privacy – guarantee the participant’s privacy by creating an anonymous form. Connection details will then not be available to you as the author of the form.
  • Customise the look and feel – built-in CSS style editor and embedded rich-text editors for all visible elements, you have full control over the form’s layout. A large list of survey themes makes it easy to adapt the form to a project’s identity. You can choose between single page and multi-page surveys.
  • Save a contribution as draft – allow participants to save their contribution as a draft on the server and continue later.
  • Offline answering – answer a form offline before submitting a contribution to the server at a later point in time.
  • Automatic numbering – structure your survey, EUSurvey can number your form’s elements for you.
  • Enhanced contrast – visually impaired participants can choose a high-contrast version of the survey. This is created automatically for each form.
  • Uploading supporting files – add files to your survey by uploading them. These files can be downloaded by every participant in your survey.
  • Form management.
  • Result management.
  • Internationalization support – available in 23 EU languages. Translate your form into any of the 136 languages covered by ISO 639-1, from Abkhaz to Zulu.

Support: Source Code Releases, GitHub Code Repository
Developer: EUSurvey developers
License: European Union Public License 1.1

EUSurvey is written in Java and JavaScript. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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