Alchemer is easy-to-use survey software that provides the power, flexibility, integration, and data governance organizations require to securely drive action from their feedback. The tool can be used by large, medium, and small companies as well as by individuals. They all, in general, appreciate the software giving it Market Aggregated Rating of 7.9 (based on 1,084 reviews on leading review sites; Q3 of 2020).
Check out the pros and cons of using Alchemer (based on our and other users' feedback gathered online) as well as find more details on Alchemer pricing and specification.
Super easy to use and navigate
Huge variety of question types
The tool can be easily integrated with external tools such as SalesForce and Google Sheets
The ideal platform to use when incentives such as gift cards are given to survey completers
It allows you to write your own scripts to extend the feature to a more powerful level
Free plan is very restricted
Advanced analytics are available in higher plans only
Several users complain that using advanced logic is more difficult than what it should be
Several users complain that creating surveys for mobile devices is more difficult than on other survey platforms
Founded in 2006, Alchemer puts feedback into the hands of the people who can take action through the systems they use every day. The app helps customers make feedback core to their business. With more than 15,000 customers, including some of the most trusted brands, Alchemer collects more than a million responses every day. Alchemer is available for large institutions, small groups, and individuals
You can test the Alchemer using its free version. It offers:
Up to 3 surveys at a time
100 responses per survey
With their lowest paid plan “Collaborator” you can create questionnaires without any limitations. However, you don’t access to options such as Advanced Survey Logic, Advanced Analysis, Offline Mode, and more. Alchemer also offers “Professional” ($85 per month, billed annually; no access to several advanced result analysis options, including sentiment and TURF analysis) and “Full Acess” ($150 per month, billed annually) plans.