Gather feedbacks and run surveys on your WordPress Blog. Stores the gathered data in database. Displays the form & trends with shortcodes.
Now we have released a pro version with tons of new features and updates. Here are our favorite features (which are also exclusive to the pro version only):
The concept and working of the Plugin is very simple.
Sounds easy enough? Even more... Publish the Trends of the survey by showing report based on latest 100 database records cached every hour.
Also compatible with WordPress MultiSite Each of the sites can run their own instances of survey and a different set of databases and options will be created. Infact, this is the only way (now) to have more than one feedback form on your site.
Caution: Please do not network activate the plugin. Rather activate it individually for each of the sites where you'd like to have a feedback/survey form.
Note: I had to pass in the documentation to the loader class because it is a shortcut to add the documentation to all the slide-in Help sidebar. That is why, during instantiating the loader, I have used:
$wp_feedback = new wp_feedback_loader(__FILE__, 'fbsr', '1.0.1', 'wp_fbsr', 'http://www.intechgrity.com/wp-plugins/wp-feedback-survey-manager/', 'http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-feedback-survey-manager');
It does not callback the mentioned URL or send in any of your personal or sensitive WordPress information to my server.
Check the Installation and FAQ page. For detailed documentation check HERE at out blog
And many more features... Just check the screenshots.
This plugin comes with two shortcodes. One for displaying the FORM and other for displaying the Trends (The same Latest 100 Survey Reports you see on this screen)
[feedback]: Just use this inside a Post/Page and the form will start appearing.
[feedback_trend]: Use this to show the Trends based on latest 100 Survey Reports for all available questions. Just like the dashboard widget on this screen.
The very basic & simplest form of the idea of this plugin came from my friend Arnab Saha during our Annual College Fest. As the development began, we pondered upon more ideas and finally we released it publicly.
The plugin uses a few free and/or open source products, which are:
Also special thanks to Prateek Sarkar, Sayantan Mukherjee for helping me with the beta testing of the plugin.