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  1. Standard Report: SMS Statistics

    If you have used an SMS Campaign to distribute your survey, you have the option to include SMS Statistics in your report using the Insert Tool.
  2. Test Your SMS Campaign

    We always recommend sending a test of each message in your SMS Campaign to ensure proper formatting before sending out to your full contact list.
  3. Unsubscribe from SMS Invites

    When you send a survey invite via SMS, the recipients of your text messages will be able to unsubscribe from receiving further messages from any campaigns in your account.
  4. Monitor SMS Campaign Contacts' Progress

    Once you've sent out messages via an SMS Campaign, you can monitor the progress of each message on the Delivery Statistics page which will have statistics for each message you sent.
  5. Send a Reminder or Thank You SMS

    Under the Campaign Designer step of your SMS Campaign, below the initial invite, you will have an option to add a reminder or a thank you message.
  6. Send Your Survey Via SMS

    A SurveyGizmo Short Message Service (SMS) Campaign allows you to send out your survey via text message to a list of contacts.
  7. Multiple Accounts With Same Email Address

    If you have accounts hosted across SurveyGizmo's various data centers (US, EU, CA), chances are that you use the same email address to log in to those accounts.
  8. SurveyGizmo Security Overview

    GDPR Compliance Visit SurveyGizmo's GDPR Command Center for the latest information. Table of Contents Information Security - Executive Summary System Configuration Third-Party Architecture Endpoint Management Access Control...
  9. Webinars & Training

    Webinar Recording Library Check out the entire library of SurveyGizmo webinars and view previously recorded webinars on-demand. VIEW WEBINAR RECORDING LIBRARY   Interested in SurveyGizmo Training Events? Learn more about Surve...
  10. How Can Respondents Save Their Progress?

    SurveyGizmo offers a handful of features to allow survey respondents to save their progress in a survey. These are particularly helpful for longer surveys that may not be completed in one sitting.