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Post-Presentation Survey

Collecting feedback from presentations or event attendees can help you learn about overall satisfaction and identify some features you need to improve. Use a free post-presentation survey template to create your survey and evaluate general audience or participant satisfaction and gather feedback!

Post-Presentation Survey


What is a post-presentation survey?

A post-presentation survey allows event organizers to collect feedback from participants after an event or presentation has ended. The feedback can provide insight into attendee satisfaction, identify areas for improvement and help you get a  reference for planning events in the future. You can add question formats to the survey, such as multiple choice, single choice, and dropdown, as well as use a rating scale and assign a score to each question.

Benefits of post-presentation survey

Feedback surveys can provide a variety of benefits for both the presenter and the audience. For example, they can help you gather feedback on what the audience or attendees liked or disliked or what they felt was missing. This can help you improve future presentations and better meet the needs and expectations of the audience. Other benefits are as follows:

  • Post-presentation surveys help the audience to stay more engaged and active throughout the presentation by giving them the opportunity to provide feedback. This way, the audience can focus better and retain more of the information you presented.
  • Post-presentation surveys are intended to evaluate the presentation and help you generate statistics about whether the audience found the presentation informative or engaging.
  • Post-presentation surveys help identify fields for improvement for both presenters and audiences. This has an impact on presenters to improve their skills and knowledge.

How to create an effective post-presentation survey

To create an effective post-presentation survey, first select this free post-presentation survey sample. You can delete questions from the template or add new ones. For example, you can add questions using question formats such as single selection, multiple selection, yes/no, and open-ended questions. You can also use conditional logic to show or hide a question for the respondent’s answer. This way, you can get more filtered and more precise results.

Let’s imagine you ask them to rate the clarity of the presentation and the way the presenter conveys information; you can use a star rating or opinion scale. If the respondent gives a low score, you can show them an extra question where they can tell you what they found missing or wrong in the presentation. If they rate a good score, you can see a field for them to write down what they liked about it.

Creating online forms and surveys is much easier than ever before. Without needing to code a single line, you can simply create forms or surveys and customize its fields, design, and general options with just a few clicks through’s intuitive form builder interface. After that, you can share using one or more of many sharing options and start collecting responses immediately. 

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It is alright if you don’t want to put in more time to create a form from scratch. Jumpstart with one of many ready-to-use templates and get to the work of collecting responses without bothering yourself at all. If you would like to, you can customize your template’s form fields, design and adjust general form settings.

You can share your forms in any way you like. If you want to share your form and collect responses through your form’s unique link, you can simply adjust privacy settings and copy-paste your form link anywhere. And if you would like to embed your form in your website, you can easily copy and paste embed code in your website HTML.

On, you can customize your form’s theme and design elements in depth. Once you switch to the ‘Design’ tab after getting your form done, you will see many different design customization options. You can change your form theme by choosing your own colors or picking one of many ready-made themes.