Prerequisites: To enable the seamless integration of in-product surveys, the installation of the Qwary SDK is a prerequisite. Detailed instructions and guidelines for the Qwary SDK installation can be found here
Qwary's in-product surveys, powered by the Qwary SDK, provide your business with a powerful tool to collect feedback directly within your products. Here are three key benefits of utilizing Qwary's in-product surveys for product analysis:
Real-time feedback for product analysis: By integrating the Qwary SDK into your products, you can gather real-time feedback from your users as they engage with the product. This lets you capture immediate insights and user sentiments, allowing for quick analysis of user experiences, feature usage, and overall product satisfaction. Real-time feedback facilitates agile product analysis, enabling you to promptly identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
Contextual insights for product enhancement: In-product surveys allow you to collect feedback within the context of your users' product experience. You gain valuable contextual insights by capturing feedback at specific touchpoints, such as after completing a task or interacting with a particular feature. This more profound understanding of user preferences, pain points, and behaviors provides a solid foundation for product analysis. By analyzing this contextual feedback, you can identify patterns, trends, and opportunities for optimizing your product to meet user needs effectively.
Data-driven decision-making: Qwary's in-product surveys enable you to gather targeted and personalized feedback, enabling more accurate product analysis. By leveraging the Qwary SDK's capabilities, you can segment users based on attributes or behavior, delivering customized surveys that yield high-quality and relevant feedback. The collected data can be analyzed using Qwary's reporting and analytics tools, providing actionable insights. These insights drive data-driven decision-making, allowing you to prioritize product enhancements, make informed feature decisions, and align your product roadmap with user demands.