Use RSVME to do free surveys straight form MS Outlook

By Yegor11
May 31, 2005
  1. WebSurveyor, the leading provider of online surveys, has announced RSVME - a new free product that is likely to change the way people collect get feedback from their friends, family and co-workers. You can download RSVME for free at

    What does it do?
    Whether you want to select the best time for soccer practice, find who’s bringing what to a party, or get your friends’ opinion on the latest movie, RSVME allows you to complete all these tasks straight from Microsoft Outlook. Now you don’t have to send multiple e-mails and then spend valuable time putting results together. All responses appear on one easy-to-read form you can instantly share the Q&A summary with respondents to make sure everybody is on the same page.

    All you have to do is:
    - Select RSVME icon in MS Outlook
    - Click on New Q&A button
    - Type questions in the upper box and answer options in the lower one, save your personal ‘survey’ and send it straight from your e-mail application to respondents.
    - Click on RSVME button again to review the answers and send the Q&A summary to the respondents or anybody you want straight from your MS Outlook

    So what?
    The first product of its kind that eliminates e-mail processing hell. Anybody who has to send more than three e-mails and then aggregate responses to solve a ‘personal logistics’ problem will appreciate it. And the price is right – it’s free.
Topic Status:
Not open for further replies.

Similar Topics

Add New Comment

You need to be a member to leave a comment. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.
TechSpot Account You may also...