GET variables allow you to record certain data about your respondents through a custom shareable survey link to add to your results. Your survey’s shareable link is available in the “Experiment status” tab.
Consider the following shareable survey link:
The first GET variable in your link should be preceded with a question mark (
?). All subsequent variables must be preceded by an ampersand (
&). If there is already a question mark (
?) in your link, you must use an ampersand (
&) before your first variable.
If you wanted to share this link with ‘Student 1’ and pass their name (student1) and student number (12345) through the link, it would appear this way:
This information passed on through GET variables will be available in several places:
Please note, if you are using external emailing software, you’ll need to check directly with the provider to ensure that get variables are passed through correctly.
If you wish to redirect respondents to another website at the end of your survey, you can also pass on GET variables in the redirect URL. To do this, you must add square brackets (
) the variables in your link.
Here’s an example of a redirect URL with the GET variables from our above example:
Conjoint.ly allows you to automatically append variables to the end of the redirect URL through the “Append all GET variables” setting.
To enable this setting:
If you would like to pass the respondent IDs assigned by Conjoint.ly, you can add
[Conjoint.ly-ID] into the redirect URL (for example,