Quiz Cat 1.3 Adds Marketing Automation Features, More Integrations & Better Analytics

David Hehenberger November 10, 2016

We’ve just added some massive improvements to Quiz Cat, including improved analytics and better marketing automation features.

Get better insights

Get insights & gather survey data using our new “Responses“-report.

Quiz Cat now tracks the responses given to every single question. Using this powerful feature you can now better understand your audience, learn which responses are popular and even use Quiz Cat for simple surveys and polls.


Segment & better target your leads

Not only can you add people to your email list, you can now segment people based on their quiz results. This lets you adjust your follow-up emails to your user’s interests & personality.

Based on your email provider, we either send tags or merge fields containing the quiz your user took, as well as her results. Here’s an example of how this looks in MailChimp.


Click here to read more about Quiz Cat’s lead segmentation features.

Connect Quiz Cat to Drip & ActiveCampaign

Along with the lead segmentation features discussed above, we’re proud to announce support for two kick-ass marketing automation providers. We believe that this will make Quiz Cat more useful to businesses that are taking advantage of cutting edge marketing technologies.


ActiveCampaign is a powerful marketing automation tool featuring email marketing & CRM features. Click here to learn more about our integration.


Drip is an awesome email marketing automation app that comes with a powerful visual campaign builder. Learn more about our Drip integration here.

Export responses to a spreadsheet

Do you like spreadsheets? Wanna drill-down into each answer a specific user has given? Interested in building your own reports & graphs?

Quiz Cat’s spreadsheet export feature is your friend. With a single click you can export a file containing all responses given.


Pretty cool, huh?

We’ve added all of these features to our Quiz Cat Business & Elite plans. Want access?

What do you think about these improvements? What would you like to see next? Leave a comment below.

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