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Single-Instance Incentives

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Warning: We recommend you take extra care when setting up surveys that involve incentives (e.g., with the Tango Card extension described on this page, setting up anonymous raffles, or setting up your own incentive survey). Using the correct settings and configuration is essential to ensure that the incentives are restricted to your intended respondents. Without appropriate settings, it may be possible for people to take advantage of your survey distributions and claim the incentives. Please carefully review the settings you can use to protect your survey on the Security Survey Options page.

About Single-Instance Incentives

Incentives are a great way to increase respondent engagement and improve response rates. As the name suggests, single-instance incentives are only set up for one survey at a time. They allow you to reward your respondents for participating in your survey.

Currently, you can add incentives to your survey by integrating with Rewards Genius’ Tango Card program.

Tango Card Task

Qtip: If you don’t have access to the Tango Card Task, you may need to ask permission. Contact your Brand Administrator to get the permission enabled for your account.

Setting Up in Tango

The Tango Card with Rewards Genius is a great way to create incentives for your respondents. However, before you set this up in Qualtrics, there are a few steps you have to take in Tango. Go to Tango’s Qualtrics Integration page for more information.

Setting Up in Qualtrics

  1. Navigate to the Actions tab.navigating to actions and creating a new action
  2. Click Create an action.
  3. Determine whether the email should be sent on a schedule or based on an event. Visit the linked pages for more information.
  4. Click the plus sign ( + ) and then Conditions to set the conditions under which the email is sent.
    clicking the plus sign and then conditions

    Qtip: This step determines the conditions under which a respondent receives an incentive, so it is important to set this step up correctly. If you want every respondent to receive an incentive, do not set a condition.
  5. Click the plus sign ( + ) and then Task.
    clicking the plus sign and then task
  6. Select Tango Card as your task.
    selecting the tango card task
  7. Select whether Respondent emails will come from a list of contacts (meaning you emailed the survey, used personal links, or used an authenticator) or if Respondent emails will be captured via survey question (meaning you ask for the email address in the survey).
    choosing where respondent emails come from

    Qtip: When you have Respondent emails will be captured via survey question selected, click the piped text button, {a}, to select the survey question where you ask for the email address.
    using the piped text menu in the tango card to select the question where respondents entered their email
  8. Click Continue.
  9. Enter your Tango Card Incentive Program ID. Read the instructions for help finding this in your Tango account.
    entering the program id
  10. Click Continue.
  11. You will see a screen confirming your Tango Card information. Click Finish to confirm the it is correct.
Qtip: Qualtrics Support is only responsible for providing support for the functions that occur in the Actions tab; Tango Card / Rewards Genius is only responsible for providing support for the Tango Card rewards system.

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