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  1. 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.
  2. Transfer Surveys Across Accounts

    Using the Survey Transfer Tool, Account Administrators can transfer a copy of their surveys, as well as, their corresponding responses and reports, from one account to another.
  3. Block Survey Responses from Specific IP Addresses

    If you need to prevent individuals at a certain IP address (or multiple IP addresses) from responding to your survey, you can use logic to do so. Follow the below steps to set this up!
  4. Login/Password Action: Save and Continue Password

    Use the Login Action to allow your survey respondents to save their progress in your survey via the Save and Continue Password feature.
  5. Automatically Disable Users in Your Account

    Account Administrators on multi-user accounts have the option to automatically disable users on their account that have been inactive for a specified amount of time.
  6. Microsoft Dynamics Integration

    SurveyGizmo's integration with Microsoft Dynamics allows you to connect your surveys to your Microsoft Dynamics records and share information between the two services.
  7. Generate a Random Number

    There are a number of reasons why you may want to generate a random number within a survey. For example, you might want to assign a random number to each respondent that can serve as a sort of ID.
  8. Phone Support Access Code

    Depending on your account type and user role within that account, different phone support options are available. When phoning for support, you will need to provide your phone support Access Code.
  9. Survey-Taking Best Practices: Avoid Phishing and Other Scams

    Phishing is a fraudulent practice where the offenders attempt to induce individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.
  10. Best Practices: Considerations Before Using Piping & Repeating