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What’s New

Qrvey 8.5
Version 8.5 (LTS) of the Qrvey platform is now available to customers. This version includes several new features and performance improvements.
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End-of-life Schedule
We've added a new article that lists the features and endpoints that have been scheduled for deprecation. All features and endpoints will be supported for (1) year after the release date of the LTS version that contains the alternative.
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NodeJS Deprecation
AWS has announced that it is deprecating NodeJS 12, 14, and 16. To avoid any issues as a result of this deprecation, upgrade your instances of the Qrvey platform as described in this announcement.
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Version: 8.5


Each instance of the Qrvey platform is considered a “server”. Servers are identified by the base URL for the Qrvey instance. For example, the base URL of a Qrvey instance looks something like In this example, the Qrvey instance can be uniquely identified by its five character subdomain abcde. Each Qrvey instance is referred to as a “server” within Content Deployment, but this term is also synonymous with “environment”. A server includes Qrvey Composer, Qrvey Admin Center, the ElasticSearch cluster, users of the instance, and all content and related metadata.

The first step in the Content Deployment process is to create connections to the servers that you wish to use. Each connection is also called a “Server” in the Qrvey Admin user interface, and these servers are displayed on the Server tab of the Content Deployment feature. Once the connection is established, you can use (and re-use) it in the Content Deployment process.

Create a Server

Before You Begin

Obtain your unique API key. It was provided in the welcome email that your organization received when your Qrvey instance was created.

Create a server

  1. In Qrvey Admin Center, click the Content Deployment icon in the left-side menu and display the Server tab.
  2. Click Add Server. The Add Server dialog displays.
  3. Enter the following information in the fields provided:
    • Server name. User-defined name of the server.
    • Description. User-defined description to help identify the server.
    • URL. The base URL of the Qrvey instance.
    • API key. The unique API key that was provided to the organization when their Qrvey environment was initially set up.
  4. Click Save. The new server displays in the list.

Edit a Server

To edit the details of an existing server, click its corresponding three-dot menu in the server list and click Edit.

Delete a Server

To delete an existing server from the server list, click its corresponding three-dot menu in the server list and click Delete. This will delete the connection to the server, but it will not affect the actual environment.

Note: You cannot delete a server if a package is associated with the server.