First, people who answered the survey -> I do not have access to their email address at all, and of course none of their real names. That's how Google Forms work.So, the solution to us not wanting to give our email address to a marketer (you) in order to answer a survey about an open product is to give our email address to you (a marketer).Maybe you could make the poll on another site then put the data in google to make all the computation and lovely drawings?
No. It's just not worth the trouble, because most ofher survey sites do not even permit the features I use on Google Forms. I have already provided an option not to use Google, by PMing me and sending me your email address. You can answer the form without a Google account if I can forward to it a single email address.
I proposed this but no-one contacted me with their email address, so I'm just guessing everyone who is complaining about Google is just basically too lazy to be bothered and just want to bitch about something in their spare time
Yeha, but I'm pretty sure it's definitely not cheap either. It's a B2B company, so the prices are likely to be pretty high.
It's nice to propose your help but if I want to do a survey, I want to have direct access myself to the data.ow
Now, I asked a question "if you want to leave your forum alias, you can do so" and you'll be surprised how many actually de-anonymized themselves this way. I mean I don't know their real name or anything, but at least if I want to contact them for more info, I can do so via the boards. Again, that was not mandatory.