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Typeform and its usage in doctoral thesis

  • 21 January 2022
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Good day 

Is there anyone here who have used typeform  as a tool for their doctoral thesis?

Or any way came across peer reviewed article related to typeform as a tool?

Kind regards

 

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Best answer by James 24 January 2022, 10:26

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Hi @Athirah Happy Friday! I can’t say I’ve come across this, but @James do you know if the HC team or content team have seen this at all? 

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Hey @Athirah @Liz can’t recall any specific cases myself (mind you I can’t recall what I had for breakfast this morning). Sorry I can’t help more. Would be really keen to hear of any such use cases if you find any though (I’m sure there are loads out there)

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I am piloting my questionaire using Typeform apps. (for my doctoral study). 

 

Reason being, its going to be an iterative method with similar participants, and i believe such an engaging apps like Typeform will provide a better response rate. 

 

I might need to justify this assumption by available articles (if there is any).

I could not find any (peer-reviewed), however there are websites that provides comparison between other common survey apps 

 

Thanks! 

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I am piloting my questionaire using Typeform apps. (for my doctoral study). 

 

Reason being, its going to be an iterative method with similar participants, and i believe such an engaging apps like Typeform will provide a better response rate. 

 

I might need to justify this assumption by available articles (if there is any).

I could not find any (peer-reviewed), however there are websites that provides comparison between other common survey apps 

 

Thanks! 


Hey @Athirah sounds interesting. FYI the average completion rate of a typeform is 58%, according to this article (which also gives some reasons as to why).

 

And yeah, there are a bunch of good software comparison sites out there. I’d recommend GetApp, for example (and not just cos I used to work there :P). They have a crowd-sourced user reviews page on Typeform here.


Let us know how you get on, if you’ve got any questions as you do your research just give us a shout. Cheers!

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