About the Survey Registration & Payment Tool
The Survey Registration and Payment tool is a versatile system that can be used to fit many needs. Common uses for the survey tool range from registration forms utilizing Credit Card payments to complex information acquisition forms.
How to access the Survey Registration and Tool Page:
You must be logged into your UCANR Portal. Once there, you can access the survey system two ways:
- By clicking on the "Surveys" link on the right far right hand column of your Portal.
- By logging into your Sitebuilder 3 site, and finding the surveys link in the left hand column of links of your dashboard.
There is one major difference between accessing your survey from the Portal vs. from your Sitebuilder 3 dashboard, that being setting up a Credit Card Survey. You can only setup a credit card survey through the Sitebuilder 3 dashboard and only if your unit or county is authorized to do so. You can find more information by visiting the ANR Credit Card Payments page.
Before you begin
A simple way to determine how you can utilize the survey system to its full potential is to begin by writing out your goal on a scratch pad. Some useful questions to get you started are:
- What's the aim of your survey?
- How can you simplify your survey to maximize its full potential?
- How will the survey results benefit you?
- Is your survey easy to understand?
Though simple, these questions can help you determine a strong direction for how to setup your survey. Don't forget to begin by including a brief description of and your goal.
At this point you can begin by writing down the questions that drive your survey. Start with the basic elements:
- Contact Information
Once your survey is has been completed, you can review the results either on your web browser or by downloading an excel spreadsheet. For more information please visit the Viewing Results page.
The survey tool has many useful options, and by keeping simplicity in mind, you will benefit greatly from its versatility and ease of use.
If you have any questions, problems or suggestions, please contact us through the new ANR CS IT Help Request Site: