Preview your survey to see it from a respondent’s perspective. Share preview links quickly to get feedback and edits before publishing your final version.
Learn more about Survey Builder
We'll give you a demo of Pulse and show you how it can reduce the workload when creating and launching surveys and how no analysis is needed to get the final results. You’ll also see how easy it is to create a survey and the level of reporting instantly available through intuitive, visual dashboards.
Each survey can be branded to suit the school or district. Branding elements are translated through the survey so you can truly customize your own surveys.
Add a logo
Add your school or district logo to make your survey instantly recognizable to the respondents.
Accent with colors
Include your school or district color as an accent throughout your survey to continue the branding.
Use a background image
Set a wallpaper and background image to further enhance and personalize the look of each survey.
Deliver surveys instantly
Once created, surveys can be delivered privately to Satchel Pulse users or publicly through an easily shared link. Once sent, users can give responses immediately.
Share to users
Quickly choose to share surveys with all your Satchel Pulse users or just groups and subgroups. Through a simple dropdown and checkbox selection. Share with any combination of staff, students and parents, and any subgroups within each.
Once the audience is selected, email invites are delivered to Satchel Pulse users automatically and instantly, taking the respondent straight to the survey.
Surveys for a wider audience can be shared through one simple link with passcodes for security and time limits to ensure you get responses when you need them.
Find out how Satchel Pulse’s Survey Builder was used to engage and listen to students.
Satchel Pulse is proud to be founding member of the SEL Providers Association.
The Ed Tech Joint Powers Authority (Ed Tech JPA)
Satchel Pulse is an approved partner of Ed Tech JPA, serving districts nationwide.
Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA)
Satchel Pulse is proud to support the Missouri Association of Rural Educators through our Associate Membership.
Missouri Association of Rural Education (MARE)
Satchel Pulse supports the Missouri Association of Rural Educators through our Associate Membership.
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Support surpasses what I expected and is like no other program I’ve ever been involved with. Wonderful!
School Social Worker
It has been a real pleasure working with all of you at Satchel Pulse. It's rare to experience the level of responsiveness and professionalism you've demonstrated, and it has been greatly appreciated.
Bibb County School District
You are covering all my needs. You seem to know what is needed for all who participate.
Bensenville School District
Satchel Pulse is great! It is helping with communication between staff and the higher ups!
Raymore Peculiar School District
This is the easiest survey system I have ever used.
Dawson County School District
Executive Director of Student Services
We like that we can gather feedback frequently in smaller intervals, this helps us keep a beat on perception throughout the year.
Limestone County School District
As a new superintendent in the district, Satchel Pulse has been a huge help and will continue being so. We all want feedback and want our employees to know they have a voice, Satchel Pulse has provided that for us.
Hickman Mills C-1 School District
Last year we had the least amount of resignations and retirements within the last five years.
Satchel Pulse gives an equal voice to every staff member, which they did not have before using this.
Douglas County School System
Satchel Pulse is so intuitive and easy to use. Help is always available if we ever need it!
This is awesome. I can export the results from our student wellbeing survey with one click and compare results week on week.
Nelson Island School
The survey took very little time and the interface was student friendly. The students especially liked using the sliding scale with the different faces instead of numbers or words, that made it easier for them.