This guide will lead you through the process of setting up TapResearch redirects and variables within Alchemer (formerly Survey Gizmo).

A "Professional" ($1,020 Annual) subscription to Alchemer (formerly Survey Gizmo) is required for simple surveys that do not contain disqualification logic. A "Full Access" ($1,800 Annual) subscription is required for more advanced surveys that do contain disqualification logic. 

Here is how Alchemer (formerly Survey Gizmo) talks about panel integrations for its tool:

Step-by-step instructions for Alchemer (formerly Survey Gizmo) redirect 

  • Below the "Thank You Page", Select "Action".

  • On the "Add Action Page", Select "+ Add" for URL Redirect.

  •  In the "Delay" field, enter the amount of time you would like to elapse before the respondent is redirected back to TapResearch. This number should be 5 or less.

  • Scroll down further within the "Primary Setup" tab, and add a "URL variable". In the first 2 fields, add "id". Then select "Save Action". 

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Testing and Launching your project

  • Navigate to the "Share" tab in SurveyGizmo. Then copy the "Primary Share Link".

  • Navigate to your TapResearch project. Under the URL tab, copy your "Primary Share Link" from SurveyGizmo into " Survey URL". At the end of the URL you copied over, add "?tid={ID}" exactly as it appears, without any additional spaces. Your URL should appear as follows:                                   {ID}

Don't forget! Add "?tid={ID}" to the end of the link.

For Example:{ID}

Are you still confused about appending your URL? Check out this help document

  • Click on the "Test" button, then you will see a pop-up with a URL in the center of the screen. Click on that URL to enter your survey.

  • Attempt to test your survey from start to finish and upon reaching the end of the survey, you will see your "Thank you" page briefly. Following that, you will be redirected to the following page:

Congratulations! If you were able to see the complete screen your project is ready to go.

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