Ask anything with no-code surveys
Build in-app popups with freeform text responses, multiple choice, NPS, ratings, and emoji reactions. Or use the API for complete control.
Multiple choice, multi-select, numerical rating, emoji reaction, embedded links
Choose from the library or start from scratch
Target by URL, user property, or feature flag when used with Feature Flags
Up to 10 questions
Send users to a webpage or invite them to book a meeting with a calendar invite
No-code? Yes. API? Yes.
Using PostHog.js? No more code required. But want to create your own UI? Check out the Surveys API.
Aggregated resultsSee feedback summarized and broken down per response
Slack notificationsSend realtime survey responses to a Slack channel
Customizable wait periodsSet a delay before a survey opens
Answer all of these questions (and more) with PostHog Surveys.
Use surveys free. Or enter a credit card for advanced features.
Either way, your first 250 survey responses are free – every month.
No credit card required
All features, no limitations
All question types
User property targeting
Custom colors & positioning
Custom HTML text
First 250 survey responses
So, what's best for you?
Reasons a competitor might be better for you (for now...)
- PostHog offers multi-step surveys, but they won't be full-page forms such as Typeform or Google Forms
- AI-powered analysis or recommendations based on results
- Limited formatting options
Reasons to choose
- No-code surveys with customizable colors and removable branding
- Automatic NPS score calculations
- Robust targeting & integration with feature flags
- Tight integration with analytics, experiments, and session replay
Visit the tutorials section for more.
How to run a fake door test
A fake door test is when you create a "fake" UI or experience for a product or feature you are thinking of building.
Get feedback and book user interviews with surveys
PostHog's surveys help automate the process of getting feedback and booking interviews. In this tutorial, we show how to set up surveys to do both.
How to measure your NPS score in PostHog
Asking NPS asking users how likely they are to recommend your product or service, so you can gauge product-market fit.
How to create custom surveys
Use the API to create a completely custom experience.
Explore the docs
Get a more technical overview of how everything works in our docs.
Meet the team
PostHog works in small teams. The Feature Success team is responsible for building surveys.
Roadmap & changelog
Here’s what the team is up to.
Open-ended choice added for single-choice surveys
We've added a new option to user surveys so that you can give users an open-ended 'Other' field when selecting responses in a single-choice survey.
Open-ended choices are especially helpful for capturing detail on edge-cases, for example when a user can't give a response that covered by another available option.
We are building a Surveys product so that you can collect and analyse qualitative data alongside quantitive data.
Feature Success Analysis
Bringing together different parts of PostHog (flags, replay, surveys) to allow users to better analyse the success of a new feature.
Users & recordings linked to feature flags
We want to make it easier for those who use feature flags to get information on users attached to a particular feature flag, and gather more information on those users' experience through session recordings.
See more questions (or ask your own!) in our community forums.
- Question / TopicRepliesCreated
PostHog products are natively designed to be interoperable using Product OS.
Use insights to breakdown average scores, analyze results over time, or find trends.
Connect a survey to a feature flag to gather feedback on your latest ideas and tests.
Watch recordings of users completing a survey to understand full context about a user's behavior.
This is the call to action.
If nothing else has sold you on PostHog, hopefully these classic marketing tactics will.