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Looking for a simple drag/drop interface to create an online questionnaire. Able to spend up to $200(USD) per month.

Requirements:

  • Versioned. Or at least allow respondent can make changes to their previous answers
  • File upload
  • Authenticated Respondents (must create account, or be invited to respond i.e. private)
  • Simple logic - show question if respondent gives selected answer
  • Export data
  • Branding - logo and colors

Nice to Have:

  • Admin only view. Admin can make notes on responses that are not visible to respondent - It would be nice to have 2 views of the data, one public and the other admin only.
  • Reports. Don't want the data to be cumulative - each respondent should have their own report.

So far I am checking out these services (in order of best match):

None of them seem to meet all the requirements, so I am looking for recommendations here

  • So you are looking for a service (as web app), and not something for hosting it yourself? – unor Mar 21 '14 at 16:17
  • That is correct we are looking at SaaS. At the time I posted this, I didn't realize orbeon wasn't a hosted solution (it was mentioned by a coworker) – jriggs Mar 21 '14 at 16:29
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Survey Monkey may be a good option for you. It does not hit all of your requirements, see below. Feature/Pricing Chart

  • Versioned. Or at least allow respondent can make changes to their previous answers
    I don't know that it can do this once the survey has been submitted, most surveys are not accessible once they have been submitted by design.
  • File upload
    Does not specifically mention this, and I have not used the paid features to test this.
  • Authenticated Respondents (must create account, or be invited to respond i.e. private)
    Yes
  • Simple logic - show question if respondent gives selected answer
    Yes, more advanced logic available as well
  • Export data
    Yes
  • Branding - logo and colors
    Yes

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