Online surveys are important for conducting user or market research. However, survey fatigue is now a major challenge faced by anyone who wishes to collect data due to extensive use of online surveys.
Juji's conversational survey solution humanizes surveys with AI to combat survey fatigue and help you achieve the best survey ROI from two aspects: better survey results and faster to insights. No technical skills required.
than traditional online surveys by asking open-ended questions and their follow-ups to elicit rich participant input.
of traditional online surveys by auto-handling user digressions (e.g., gibberish input and excuses) to ensure survey completion.
similar to using SurveyMonkey or Qualtrics, but with full AI powers to obtain higher quality insights
obtaining real-time response (including free text responses) and audience analytics
Like creating a survey on SurveyMonkey, create a chatbot by entering multiple choice and open-ended questions. Customize each question as needed, e.g., indicating required questions or user response length.
Once you're ready, you can launch your survey chatbot. You can launch it on your website, Facebook Messenger, or your mobile app. You can also share the chatbot URL via email or other channels.
For fast comprehension of results, Juji automatically computes the statistics of survey responses collected from choice questions and visualizes the stats.
Juji automatically summarizes the free-text responses to open-ended questions and displays the extracted main themes (topics) and representative statements.
Collaborating with Interpret, a market research firm specializing in media, entertainment, and technology, Juji helped build a chatbot to interview about 300 gamers and elicit their opinions about game trailers. For comparison purpose, a typical Qualtrics survey was also conducted and the results from both surveys were compared.
I was made to ask open-ended questions and survey gamers about their opinions on two newly released trailers. I was also able to handle various digressions during a survey, such as gibberish responses and user excuses, to ensure survey completion and the quality of responses.
of a comparable Qualtrix survey
than the Qualtrix survey