Running surveys in multiple languages is a fantastic way of extending the reach and effectiveness of your online survey programmes.
But spreading your responses out across several surveys, one for each language, can be time-consuming and difficult:
- You need to distribute different links for each survey, leading to a chance that respondents may never see the right link for their language.
- After the survey’s been done, reporting is made more challenging in a number of ways – results are spread across several surveys, meaning that to get a unified set of results, you need to export and combine the responses into a single spreadsheet.
- Often, you’ll also need to translate response text for multiple-choice questions back into any language you want to report in.