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Get A Steady Stream Of Product Opportunities With Sprig AI Product Insights Feed

Sprig AI Product Insights Feed is now available in your account! This AI-powered feed automatically surfaces the most valuable product takeaways across all your Sprig studies in one spot. You’ll see survey result summaries, plus product insights like opportunities, trends, correlations, and strengths. Head over to the Home tab in the Sprig app to explore the insights your team has already captured.

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Customize Multiple Choice Survey Questions With New Response Choice Options

By popular demand, we’ve added a pinned response option, which anchors specific Multiple Choice responses to the bottom of your choices, even if you randomize the order. And we’ve built a “None of the Above” response option, which stops respondents from selecting extra choices for Multi-Select questions. To try them out, add a Multiple Choice survey question and click the Add Choice dropdown. (Requires Sprig SDK update)

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Target Studies Using Data From Your Stack With Our RudderStack Integration

With the Sprig & RudderStack partner integration, you can get even more precise with filtering your study audience. This integration enables you to hyper-target your Sprig in-product Surveys and Replays using customer event data sourced from multiple platforms via RudderStack. To connect Sprig & RudderStack, follow the directions listed here. There’s even a code-free installation option!

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Get More Detailed User Feedback With Matrix Survey Questions

Efficiently ask your users several questions about a similar idea with the new Matrix question type. To add a Matrix question to your next survey, click Add Question in the Study Editor, and select Matrix in the dropdown menu. Note that Matrix questions are optimized for Desktop Web delivery, so they won’t be shown to Mobile Web users and can’t be used in Mobile App surveys. (Requires Sprig SDK update)

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Auto-Deliver In-Product Surveys To The Right User In The Right Language

Now, you can launch a Sprig study in multiple languages, plus leverage location attribute targeting to send them to the right user in the right language. To use the new Multi-Language Studies feature, click Add language at the bottom of your study’s Questions tab, upload your translated study, and set your language targeting. (Requires Sprig SDK update for right-to-left languages)

Share Sprig Product Experience Insights Across Your Org In Just A Few Clicks

See an interesting Sprig study result and want to spread the word? You can instantly share a specific Sprig finding with your teammates using shareable result card links. Just head to your study’s Summary page and click Share in the top right corner of any result card. This will copy the card’s specific URL to your clipboard, so you can quickly give your team visibility into what’s happening in your product experience.

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Find Your Sprig Studies In An Instant With The New List View

Sorting and skimming through your Sprig studies is easier than ever with the new List View of the Studies page. This view includes chronological sorting, so you can quickly find the studies your team has most recently created or edited. Plus, we’ve also added new filters for study status, type, and platform. Switching between Grid View and List View is as simple as selecting the icon on the top Navigation bar.

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See Essential Details About Your Study’s Design In Just One Click

To give you a quick yet complete snapshot of a specific study’s design, we’ve added extra details on each study’s Summary page. In the right panel, you’ll now see new metadata like the study type, folder, and creation/launch date, alongside your targeting settings. To see these expanded details, head to a study’s Summary page and click on Details in the right-hand side bar.

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Quickly Troubleshoot Study Delivery With The Study Diagnostics Funnel

Ever wonder why your study isn’t getting as many responses as you expected? The new Study Diagnostics Funnel breaks down your study’s audience across several stages, so you can understand exactly who is eligible to take your study and detect potential delivery bottlenecks. To explore the funnel, head over to your study’s Summary page and click Inspect in the Response Rate field.

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Filter and Analyze Study Results Based on Users' Open Text Responses

You can now filter your study data based on users who respond to open text questions with certain words or phrases. These filters make it easy to dig deeper into your analysis, like see if respondents who give lower satisfaction scores have common open text feedback on pricing, functionality, etc. To analyze with response filters, go to a study's Summary page, click More Filters, and select any open text question.