How to create a survey?
Creating a new survey is easy and straightforward.
To create a new survey:
- On the Dashboard page, click on the + New Survey link.
- Give your survey a title, pick a background, then click on the Next: Add Questions button.
- Click on the + New Question and pick a question type, such as Multiple Choice. You can also drag your question type from the side menu and drop it to the position where you wish to insert it.
a. Enter your question title. This field is required.
b. Choose Single-select (radio buttons) or Multi-select (checkboxes).
c. Enter your choices or pick from the choice library.
d. Add more choices as needed.
e. Check or uncheck the Require an answer to this question checkbox. When checked, an answer is required for the question.
- Click on the Save button, or the Save + Add button to add a new question.
- After finishing the creation of your survey, click on the Send link in the header menu to send the survey to your participants.
For Single-select (radio buttons), at least 2 choices are required. For Multi-select (checkboxes), at least 1 choice is required.
When the Add "Other" as an answer option checkbox is checked, a textbox will be added below of all choices for survey participants. This allows them to enter their own answer.
When the Add "None of the above" as an answer option is checked, a new exclusive "None of the Above" radio button or checkbox will be added below all choices for survey participants.
When the Allow an Additional Comment is checked, a separate textbox will be added at the end for survey participants. This allows them to enter an additional comment besides their answer to the question.
By clicking on the Flag as Intro or Unflag as Intro from the page menu, you can convert a non-intro Page 1 to an Intro Page, and vice versa.
If you need to copy, move or delete a page, please refer to the article How to copy page, move page and delete page.
If you'd like to insert a privacy statement to the footer of your survey, please refer to the article How to customize a footer in a survey.
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