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Glint is a really user friendly and visually appealing platform for survey recipients. They also have a great support team, who are helpful in answering our questions. Areas where Glint can improve is more on the admin side. If you only need to run your surveys a few times a year (which is what we do with our 360 & employee engagement surveys), it’s not going to be bad at all. For our exit interview process, we run them for every leaver and are running into difficulties with how to streamline how to upload the data in an efficient and non-time consuming way. I also think data reporting can be better & more user friendly.
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Qualtrics is a good medium for creating surveys and getting analytics back for it. I think it's easy to learn if you are in the business of creating surveys or if it's part of your studies. It can be a little overwhelming for a brand new user who has never created a survey for the first time. So onboarding could be better.
Read full review Pros Great way to create and send surveys. Easy to fill out when expecting 100s of responses. Effective at collating response for management teams to review. Ability to complete on mobile devices. Read full review Qualtrics CoreXM is easy to use for quick one-time surveys or for measuring opinions over time It's great for sending/managing RSVPs for meetings or other gatherings or to collect important data like Conflict of Interest declarations. Qualtrics CoreXM's reporting and crosstab functionality is beefy and gets better all of the time. I'm always amazed at how easy it is to generate reports for sharing my survey response data and research. Read full review Cons The commenting process could be improved--sometimes a survey will skip ahead when you aren't ready to proceed Read full review The collaborate feature can be clunky and sometimes we have to remove access and add a person back in for them to see the survey in their lists We have a contract through our university and more than one person has created their account in the wrong place, causing some administrative headaches as that is fixed so that we can collaborate on surveys with them. I wish it was easier to organize my surveys into folders, there should be a more efficient way to do that. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
I was impressed a couple years ago when two heads of market research at Fortune 500 companies told me about them, and I've been even more impressed with the advancements I've seen in the last year. I like where the company is headed, and I look forward to using them again in a future role.
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INCREDIBLY easy for the end-user. The only questions we had were around confidentiality/anonymity. We tried to further address these with other surveys by calling out and explaining how Glint worked. As an admin, it is also quite simple and easy to find answers when you don't have them.
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All the menus are very user friendly and intuitive. I can always find exactly what I'm looking for and can change anything I need to with ease. All the elements of the survey are adjustable with very little effort and without confusion.
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The technical support has been on point from implementation through to when we were running on our own with our surveys. It's great to have People Science support but we did find that oftentimes we knew our organization better and should be speaking to leadership about these results instead of PS. It was great to throw lines out to them for trends, especially when it came to Covid, Return to Office, and Diversity.
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Whenever we have had an issue with trying to figure out how to do something (even though the documentation is incredibly well put together) we have asked Qualtrics support and have always received our answer nearly immediately (I think in maybe 10 times, only once did a support person need to call us back). Qualtrics support is dedicated to solving customer issues right, and in the first contact, if at all possible
D. SKye Hodges
Project Manager, Systems/Tools (Global Services Operations)
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I still use it. It does everything you need an online survey to do. From heat mapping to complex skip logic and display logic. I use it weekly and it never disappoints
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I like being able to easily integrate new colleagues by simply giving them a log in user name and password
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The only comparable product I've used is Rypple, which I'm not sure still exists. Glint is a superior product in pretty much every way I can remember, from the employee survey experience to the output reports.
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]Qualtrics] CoreXM is great if you want something that is a little more [long] lasting and impactful than a simple survey engine, but aren't quite ready for something that is a long term sustainable program. I would put [Qualtrics] CoreXM squarely in the large, defined project phase. CX is more of the program phase, and other lessor vendors are great for the pre-project definition phase
Read full review Return on Investment Feeling more involved in company decisions. Getting feedback to management on critical problems. Having a place to vent in anonymity. Read full review Increased productivity due to the highly intuitive user-interface and template saving capabilities. Reporting and analytics are extremely valuable. Our team can track responses and share feedback/results extremely quickly. If a user has created a great template, they can share to external teams quite easily. It helps other departments! Read full review ScreenShots