Checkbox Question Type – Multiple Response Questions

The checkbox question – also known as the multiple choice/response question by some – is a question type that allows respondents to choose more than one answer. This question type is very common and can also be used in branching, looping, skipping, and data extraction. Make sure to watch the video above for more details.

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2 Comments

  • Grosencrans says:

    Is there an option to have respondents select “all of the above” and have all of the check boxes automatically selected, in the same manner as “none of the above”?

    • fluidsurveys says:

      As a matter of fact, there is! The video is a bit out of date, so you might not see it there (that feature was added after the video was made), but if you sign up for a free account you can try it out for yourself!