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15th Dec 2017 4:28 pm
Problem with the Invitations feature

15 December 2017 – there seems to be a problem with the Invitations feature, where invitations to email addresses outside the university (i.e. not someone@soton.ac.uk) are not being sent. The technical team are investigating.

In the meantime, you can use Outlook to email your invitation list (use the BCC feature so they don’t all see a list of every recipient) and include the standard link to the survey (e.g.¬†https://isurvey.soton.ac.uk/16571) . The use of invitations does not prevent access and completion by anyone who knows that link. Of course you won’t be able to track completion – sorry – but you will be able to run your survey.

You can email the same people a week or so later to remind them, including an apology to anyone who has already answered.


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