We’re pleased to announce our first pre-built SurveyCTO form, in collaboration with Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA).
With 2.30, you can group and organize forms and datasets however you wish; more easily connect SurveyCTO data to external systems, including Salesforce, Gmail, Office 365, Twilio, and many, many others; take advantage of more web-based data export options and Stata templates, even for encrypted data; and access a new “Enterprise” version of SurveyCTO that makes it easier to share a single subscription across country offices or teams.
Our latest release includes more features in the Data Explorer and some minor updates that will make our users’ lives just a little easier. You can read more in the release notes, watch a short video overview, and try the features yourself by logging in and updating to 2.21 today.
We are beyond excited to share the new Data Explorer exclusively with SurveyCTO users. Not only that, it’s FREE and INCLUDED with every subscription tier… at least for now. The Data Explorer enables you to view encrypted data in the browser with your own 2048-bit encryption keys, visualize data in an integrated system that detects the data types of their fields and how they should be labeled, and catch data-quality issues from the first day of data-collection.
Dobility today announced the launch of the SurveyCTO “Data Explorer,” a first-of-its-kind tool for visualizing encrypted data from the convenience of a web browser. Available exclusively to SurveyCTO users, the Data Explorer reaffirms Dobility’s commitment to translating research best practices into easy-to-use features.
Monitor your data-collection more effectively and learn from your data faster with SurveyCTO’s upcoming 2.20 release. Learn how we’re supercharging your visibility into your data and doubling down on data security at the same time.
Welcome to SurveyCTO 2.12! Our latest release focuses on bread-and-butter issues central to many projects: how to format questions in the clearest, most effective way; how to help users better understand and navigate groups of repeated questions; and how to most effectively capture GPS positions.
Today I’m thrilled to announce Dobility’s launch of a free “Community” edition of SurveyCTO. This free edition is designed to enable smaller non-profits, researchers, students, and other small-scale users to collect better data in the field. In tandem with our new online form designer, it will enable new users to easily get started with digital data collection, regardless of their budget or technical skill set. We hope that it will deepen our social impact and expand global support for best practices in data collection.
Cambridge, MA – May 17, 2016 – In a move that deepens its social impact and expands global support for best practices in data collection, Dobility today announced the launch of a free “Community” edition of SurveyCTO to enable NGOs, non-profits, researchers, students, and other small-scale users to collect better data in the field. To support its growing user base in South Asia, Dobility also opened an India subsidiary this month.
I’m excited to announce Dobility India Pvt. Ltd., the new home of SurveyCTO in South Asia. Based in Ahmedabad and led by Maulik Chauhan, Dobility India will champion and support the use of SurveyCTO throughout South Asia, focusing in particular on opportunities to increase the quality and cost-effectiveness of data-collection in India’s public, nonprofit, academic, and other research sectors.
We’re excited to announce two major developments at SurveyCTO: our new drag-and-drop form designer and our new Support Center. Read on!
SurveyCTO’s new drag-and-drop form builder is here (almost!). Learn more here…
SurveyCTO 2.0 is out! Read more about what this means, and what we’re coming out with next…
Because SurveyCTO 2.0 is such a big release for us, we’re being very careful about the testing and roll-out. As we finalize the release, we’d like to invite our existing users to participate as beta testers. Read this post for all the details.
See a preview of our upcoming 2.0 release here, including our new support for web-based data collection. It’s a whole new SurveyCTO…
The theme of our v1.40 release is freedom, because our development focus was on the removal of limitations. There’s nothing too flashy or sexy about it – we’re leaving that for our 2.0 release (which is already in development) – but we expect that the greater freedoms in v1.40 will lead to significant, potentially-dramatic quality-of-life improvements for many of our users…
In addition to vastly-improved offline support via local wi-fi networks, we added a REST API for programmatic access to server data and made some smaller improvements for Excel users.