Spark Chart + Email (e.g. Gmail or Outlook)
Example 1: This is one of the simple, but useful Zaps you can create to automate survey tasks. Create a Zap that formats an email automatically with the details of each of your survey respondents and their results whenever they complete your survey, giving you constant updates without the need to log back into Spark Chart to monitor their progress.
Example 2: Add a Spark Chart Trigger for when a new survey response is received, and apply filters based on responses to selected questions. Then send customized emails depening upon the responses given. In the case of a Net Promoter Score survey, different emails can be sent to participants for say 1) a response of 6 or below, 2) a response of 7 or 8, and 3) a response of 9 or 10.
Example 3: Deploy surveys via a personal mail client (e.g. Gmail or Outlook). Create a Trigger of “New Response” and choose a Status of “Not Started”. Then create an Action using Gmail or Outlook to send a survey to the person when they are added to a project. This Zap could start with an earlier Zap with a Trigger from an Auto-responder (like Mailchimp) adding a person to a survey project in Spark Chart.